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How to Train Your Cat Not to Bite


Now to train your cat not to bite although cats bite instinctively you can curb this tendency by appropriate training you will need a game of play fighting optional a spray bottle step 1 engage the cat or kitten in a game of play fighting this will arouse the cats natural tendency to bite step 2 stop the game as soon as you see the cat begin to expose its claws or teeth wait for the cat to calm down and then resume the game step 3 continue playing with the cat if the cat bites or scratches you let out a scream stop playing and ignore the cat consider spraying the cat with a spray bottle filled with water if the cat continues to bite you a small spritz in the area of the cat’s face is enough but be careful not to spray the cat’s ears step 4 observe the areas on the cat’s body that are most sensitive to contact typically the mouth paws ears and tail when sensitive areas are touched there’s a tendency for the cat to start biting step 5 touch one of the sensitive areas on the cat’s body for a second then give the cat a treat step 6 gradually increase the amount of time that you are in contact with the sensitive area do this until the cat learns to tolerate increasing levels of contact there step 7 repeat this procedure with other sensitive areas that provoke biting now you should have a cat whose meow is worse than its bite did you know cats have two sets of teeth a first set that they lose when they are still young and a permanent set you


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