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Cat Obedience?.... amazing stuff!

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PostSubject: Cat Obedience?.... amazing stuff!   Cat Obedience?.... amazing stuff! Icon_minitimeSun Apr 12, 2009 4:41 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gKPpXkPzFA
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PostSubject: Re: Cat Obedience?.... amazing stuff!   Cat Obedience?.... amazing stuff! Icon_minitimeMon Apr 13, 2009 1:19 pm

BRILLIANT Good Job someone teach my cats how to do that!!
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Aww, that's awesome! awwww
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PostSubject: Re: Cat Obedience?.... amazing stuff!   Cat Obedience?.... amazing stuff! Icon_minitimeWed Apr 15, 2009 4:36 am

yes people don't realise that you can teach your cat to do things just like a dog. Cats repond well to clicker training as well.
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PostSubject: Re: Cat Obedience?.... amazing stuff!   Cat Obedience?.... amazing stuff! Icon_minitimeWed Apr 15, 2009 3:28 pm

Yes I did some of my clicker training learning on a cat. It helps with the timing to practise on another type of animal. I also learnt with Shetland Ponies.

Thanks for sharing the clip Normal Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Cat Obedience?.... amazing stuff!   Cat Obedience?.... amazing stuff! Icon_minitimeFri Apr 17, 2009 5:01 pm

my computer is too slow at the mo to watch the vid Sad

I used to have a lil cat called Elmo, (unfourtunly a dreaded car got him at 7months Sad , so much for living in middle of nowhere!)

At 7 months he had quite a bit of trianing up his sleeve. Even put the dogs to shame, one thing I couldnt master was down.

He had, sit, bear, talk, back-up and used to fetch (but only rolled up tin foil lol) I had had him from just 4weeks, and was a stunner!

(ps someone has to fill me in on what was on the video lol)
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Group Hug It was a clip of a lady doing some tricks with her cat. From what I can remember she did sit, high five, roll over, turn around... I think that was it (my connection is slow too at the moment so I can't go and check! Aww Smile )

Sorry to hear what happened to Elmo. Sad Faces Sounds like you did some fantastic things with him though! Very Happy
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