Published at Monday, April 23rd, 2018 - 07:36:23 AM. . By Celina Marsh.
Litter box training is perhaps the easiest part of having a kitty in your life. It is best to keep them confined to one room, the room you will have the litter box in to train them. They will learn by you putting them in the box and allowing them to familiarize themselves with the smell. Cats by nature understand the feel of litter associating it with dirt. You may have to pick them up when they first begin to go if they do not understand the litter box and place them inside. Occasionally a cat does not like the litter you use. They show their displeasure by using the floor. This is a time to try something new. Most female adult cats will train their kittens so it is important they do not leave their mothers care to quickly. Food works in much the same way. Once you show them where their food bowls are they will continue to go there. Cats are creatures of habit.
What do You Know About Cats! Were cats domesticated in Egypt? Cats may be the most popular pet in the world; they are valued by humans for their companionship and their ability to hunt; the domestic cat hunts and eats over a thousand species. Cats may express affection towards their masters, especially if the pets were treated with consistent affection at a very young age. It was believed that cats had been domesticated in ancient Egypt. The first domesticated cats may have saved early Egyptians from many rodent infestations and likewise and it was the reason to make the cat a cult animal. Several ancient religions even believed that cats are exalted souls. But recent study tells that African Wildcats self-domesticated in the Near East much earlier.
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