Did you teach your cat any tricks?
If yes what did you teach? How did you teach your cat the trick?
Yes, lol, our cat can walk on a leash and actually likes wearing little outfits. Also, as long as nobody else is in the room... he will let me give him a bath in the sink. No lying! He's one odd kitty lol.
Oh dear! I'm afraid we have not taught our cat any tricks at all. Our cat doesn't seem to listen to us at all. She does her own things.
We can't even teach our cat to "get down!" when she climbs on tables and shelves, let alone teach her tricks
I can't say I actually taught him to do it, but one of the cats I used to have would play fetch. I'd throw one of his toys and he'd go get it and bring it back and wait for me to throw it again. I've never seen a cat do that before or since.
Oh that is cool!! I heard that some cats do that, but it seems to be rare! Never had a cat that did this though. I started to teach my cat to take an object in her mouth though, but haven't go further to a fetch yet.
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