Our TOP TIPS on training your cat to walk on a harness and leash
Some great tips on how to achieve the best results when training your inddor cat to walk on a harness and lead
We have written an article on ‘How to train your indoor cat to walk on a harness and leash’ which will help you with the process of getting your indoor cat trained to walk easily on a leash and harness outdoors. As we said in the artice, it will take a little time, lots of praise, patience and the odd treat to get them acquainted with a fitted harness around their body.
‘Walking the cat’ maybe a new concept to some people, but with the increase of indoor cats, many owners are now seeing the benefits of taking their indoor cat outdoors. Not only does it get them out of the house or apartment, but it provides the cat with a good source of physical exercise and mental stimulation.
How to achieve the best results when training your indoor cat to walk in the harness and leash
We have put together a few helpful tips on how the get the best results during this harness and leash training. Cats can be pretty awkward creatures and lead training them is much more difficult than when you leash train a dog.
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Have you ever considered walking your indoor cat? It’s not as crazy as it sounds. With a little training your cat could be walked on a harness and leash. Just like walking the dog, walking the cat is a great way to exercise your indoor cat. They can benefit from the fresh air and the walk will also keep your cat mentally stimulated as it interacts with humans and enjoys the great outdoors. Here are some top tips on how to train your cat to walk on a harness and leash.
Training your indoor cat to walk on a harness can be a long process, but with time, patience and lots of praise it can be done. But when you and your cat are eventually hitting the pavements, there are some things to consider and situations to avoid when you are both out and about.