Since I saw that very famous and funny video with the two cats with the hats on, ringing the service bell for snacks, I wanted to teach the same to my cat. This is how I did it.
Casper, our ragdoll kitten is an indoor cat. But even an indoor cat can have safe outdoor adventures. We decided to take him out on outdoor walks now and then.
Now before you go out with your cat on a leash, it is wise to teach your cat to wear a cat harness and to walk on a leash indoors.
In less than a week of indoor training, I succeeded to get Casper used to wearing a harness and to walk on a leash. It took some effort but it wasn’t that hard really.
In this training session I am going to show you how I am teaching Casper our Ragdoll kitten how to shake paws.
Ragdoll casper cat learning clicker training and how to shake a paw with pictures and cat video
Although shaking a paw has no real benefit, it is cute and fun for both the cat and the cat owner to do this exercise for practicing clicker training.
Every new cue your cat learns, will help to learn new future cues quicker so why not teach your cat a simple and fun thing like shake paw.
In this article and video I will show you how to charge the clicker for clicker training for cats. Before you can do any clicker training on a cat you need to teach them what a clicker is. This process is called charging or conditioning the clicker. The clicker’s unique and abrupt sound paired with food will help your cat clearly distinguish the moment they did something right.