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true, so true
This is just what I need, a complete course to train my cat! Eagerly waiting for the whole course!
I love cat cartoons… A question… who won the Halloween contest?
HahahaHAH!! I love you, Doug Savage! (In a purely platonic sort of way). You seem to read my mind sometimes. Thanks for making me laugh!!
Cats seldom listen to reason
A well trained cat knows what the word ‘No’ means, yet ignores the instruction… trust me I have 5 cats
Two words… squirt gun. ;P
But next time: Try it with water. t’was the only solution with mines.
I’m sure the minute I go out, my cats are all over the counter! (and the fridge, TV, fireplace mantel, etc. etc.)
If you don’t have a cat, place a brick on the counter.
meow —- oops now I am hungry too.
The fact is that this is totally true
Personally, I’ve found that grabbing a cat by the scruff and dropping said cat on the floor is rather effective. I’ve also seen people toss their cat across the room [and inside my soul was crushed! ] and the cats never do it again!
At least they land on their feet everytime!
I gave up a loooooooong time ago.
At which point does the cat slap you, to put you back in your place?
Mine usually does that if i come up with crazy demands such as this
Wait. That’s how my dog acts. Stupidest Golden EVAH.
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hahahah please i need this method to educate my cats … are four!
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chicken give up hahahaha you are not a good trainer
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