how do u train your cat not to runaway

by miahelencerro
(2662 Janet avenue , 11710 , Bellmore NY bellmore, ny )

As u know from one of my recent questions about my runawy cat, I'm probaly getting a new one next week. I study animals but cats im not that good with. I know how to train wild cats but what i don't know is how to train them to not always make an attempt to runaway every time the door opens for someone to come in or out. can u answer that question before next week? Thanks!!

Answer by Kate
this is an easy one to answer. You can't. However if you keep them in for at least three weeks and you give them a loving, comfortable home, with plenty of food, attention and activity then any intelligent cat will want to stay.
However it is quite normal for a cat to go off for a wander when they first go out. these wanderings can be a day or more. But as i say if you make their home happy then they will come home.


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Training your cat not to run away
by: Anonymous

I have trained many animals before. Ex. A seeing eye dog for teh blind for 4-h as well as a pet dog. For cats though they have a mind of their own. Not so easy to train and not wanting to please their masters. I would feed them love them and do things with them so that they know you are their master. Try to put them in another room when guests come then let them out. You may also want to get a playmate so he or she isn't lonley therefore wanting to get outside. Well, there are my thoughts hope they work!!

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