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Posted on Tue, Feb 26, 2008 14:04

I have 9 cats and one is a kitten right now. He is hell on wheels and bites as well. The spray bottle works good for this. Another reason cats bite is that they are actually giving you "love bites"...at least according to my kitty books. Hang in there...it will get better.


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Posted on Mon, Feb 25, 2008 17:22

I agree with blue and lady but because my girls are really furry, I had to add just a dash of vingar to the mix. Just enough for you to smell it but not much heavier than that. I didn't spary their face with it and it evaporates so it didn't do anything to their fur. Soon I only had to reach for the spray and they would quickly remember what not to do. Also, I find that if you don't call the cat's name when you are telling them "no" they will ignore you as if you could not have possiblily been talking to them. You just have to love cats and their attitudes.


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Posted on Mon, Feb 25, 2008 11:38

hey bluegirl great minds think alike :)


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Posted on Sun, Feb 24, 2008 09:44

I have 6 cats, ranging in ages from 19 years to 8 months my 2 kittens are also driving me crazy, but they are so much fun and I wouldn't trade them for anything....my best training tip is to get a water gun, and everytime your Waffles does something wrong squirt him/her with the watergun, it takes a little time but Waffles will learn :)


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Posted on Sun, Feb 24, 2008 06:52

There is an old dog training trick, but I think it would work for cats although I've never tried it. Get a small (clean) spray bottle and fill it with water. When Waffles does something you don't want him/her to do, squirt the water on him/her - preferably in the face. He/she won't like it and if you do it consistently, they should avoid the behavior to avoid the spray. Its not harmful to them. Just annoying.


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