Fun Facts with Alfie & Brutus: Trainable Cats

Facts about training cats? Ahem, sadly we’re pretty confident that ain’t gonna happen with this pair!

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6 thoughts on “Fun Facts with Alfie & Brutus: Trainable Cats

  1. Rohvannyn says:

    Cats can definitely be trained! It works best to do it when they are in the middle of trying to train you. Without particular effort, my girl learned to sit and lie down on command, throw mice, and play the “noseboop game.” Another cat of mine would leap into my arms on request, and I have known two cats who would play fetch.

  2. Pamela Cummins says:

    Cats will work for treats, although they will fight you in the beginning! My cats do high five, jump up, walk, and only Merlin will sit (that took forever). At the ages of 4 and 6 years old, I was able to have them wear a harness and leash to go outside; granted, it wasn’t an overnight process. This year they both learned how to eat dry food out of a toy to avoid binge eating. The key to training a cat is consistency and patience, just like they train us, purr.

  3. Léa says:

    Colette, Simone and even Balzac, who hasn’t been here long, are ell excellent when it comes to training. They meow and the human obeys.

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