Train a kitten to play

 Train a kitten to play

Aggressive play-motivated behaviors are common in kittens when cats play and have a variety of behaviors they share in their play. Exploratory, predator, and instigator play gives kitty a chance to practice these skills. All of these skills are a normal necessity for survival. Kittens will explore new things that move. They like to bounce, bite, and swing objects that are great to play with.

Kittens learn to bite from the mother and the young. If you take a kitten from its mother early, it can have adverse effects of rough play. The kitten does not have time to spend with the family to learn to play hard without suffering.

Don't let the kitten play with your hands or feet, as this will allow the behavior to be positive. You will need to teach your kitten that this type of behavior is not acceptable.

Train your kitty in the correct rough play behaviors. Have toys that intrigue the kitten to play with, pull the toys, put a small toy on a string, and pull the toy. Let the kitten jump, chew, or chase the toy. Allow the cat to play roughly with a larger toy; This will help stimulate the aggressive behavior that is natural in a kitten.

You will want to set up daily sessions, with the kitten a day for this type of activity. This is so that the kitten knows that it is okay to do it, with the toys or items that you have let him play with. This only gives the cat the signal that it is okay for the cat to use the object for rough play.

When your kitty is playing rough and uses an object to play rough, play with you will mean "NO" in a stern voice. Do not yell or yell at the kitten, as he does not really understand you and surely at this point he does not understand the meaning of the word. Say no, the name of the kitten and the behavior it is doing. "NOT brindle, you can't play hard with my hand."

If this doesn't work, you can try using the spray bottle method to distract from the rough play of the object. Cats don't like spray on their faces and will stop what they are doing, you may have to repeat it a few times, but tabbies will get the hint soon. Try not to spray the fur or coat, as this will tangle the fur, and when grooming comes around, it won't be a great experience for you or your kitty.

If you want the cat not to scratch or sit on furniture or items, you should put uncomfortable things on them so that the cat does not feel the comfort of sitting or scratching them. Things like a net should be placed on the sofa to avoid discomfort. When the cat starts to scratch, their claws get caught and they don't like that. Therefore, the cat will learn that it is not a comfortable zone for him to sit or lie down.

When the kitten is playing properly you will want to have small, bite-sized treats as a reward for the kitten, this will assure the kitten that special things are coming when a good rough game is played. Once you see that the behavior for this is under control at this point, you can taper off the treatment until you stop. You can wear this special anytime you want just to let the kitty know she's doing a great job.

Never tap or tap your kitten for rough play, this will not work, your kitty will fear you or this is great rough play and will try to carry on. Also, never harm your cat or kitten for any reason.

There are many toys, scratchers, and other items that you can buy for your cat. Find out more about different toys and items on the internet by searching for cat toys.

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