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Cat Behavior Training
Is there such a thing as cat behavior training?

Source of most cat behavior training problemsThe first place to start your cat  behavior training is right under your cat's tail. Here is how you can have a more cooperative and affectionate cat.  Cat owners most often seek help for these top 3 behavior problems:

  • Cat peeing or spraying in all the wrong places,

  • Cat fighting,

  • Cat howling

 

Get a head start at the rear end of your cat

Feline neutering and spaying is also the most frequently overlooked solution to the biggest cat behavior problem.
Cat's that have been neutered or spayed tend to be less aggressive, more affectionate, and more cooperative during your behavior modification efforts.

Sometimes cat owners are concerned about the behavior changes that go along with spaying or neutering. All veterinarians agree that the surgery does significantly change cat behavior. It is all to the better.

Spraying urine is the #1 reason why people give up on a cat adoption, especially an older cat adoption.

Why does your cat pee on furniture?

Similar to the way humans place fences around their property, intact cats use their urine to mark their territory. They also use the scent of their urine to attract the opposite sex, just like humans think they do when they dowse themselves with scents and colognes.

When cats are neutered or spayed they are less likely to spray urine inside and outside of the house. The source of the hormones that drive this urge to spray are eliminated through the spay or neutering surgery.

Roaming outdoor cats are much more exposed to fights and injuries, as well as infectious diseases. Altered (neutered) cats have less urge to roam looking for a mate. 

Did we forget to mention that your cat's howling will be greatly reduced or she may totally stop that ruckus. Howling is part of cat courting. Altering your cat removes the hormones driving that obnoxious noise of a cat or cats howling. 

Usually, cats are spayed or neutered when they are around 6 months old. However, cats can go into heat as early as 12 - 16 weeks old, so veterinarians are performing the procedure on kittens between eight and fourteen weeks of age. This also prevents any bad hormonal driven activity like roaming, spraying and howling from getting started.
 

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Spaying or neutering your cat, especially at an early age, is the best cat behavior modification trick. It  reduces or eliminates cat spraying, cat wandering, and cat howling. Neutering turns your roaming, howling Queen or Tom into a sweet cooperative pussy cat.

Cat-in-training looks up at the source of so many cat behavior problems.
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