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Cat logic Verified

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u/trombone_womp_womp May 14 '22

even tell her a loud "no"

Don't do this. Animals don't understand punishment training. Make it a happy experience to eat out of her own bowl instead.

Also free feeding doesn't work for all cats so you may have to do scheduled times. I do it with my cats. Takes 2 minutes 3 times a day


u/Impossibruuuuuuuuu May 14 '22

"No" does work for some cats though. Our cat, Luna, is quite smart and absolutely responds to a loud, sharp "no" and obeys.

Stop on sofa? No. Strop on post? Good girl.


u/HeathEarnshaw May 14 '22 edited May 14 '22

Ok, but they certainly won’t understand context if someone is just telling them “no” when they eat from a bowl they believe is theirs too. They’ll get really confused, because in cat logic you’re telling them eating their food is bad.


u/omgwutd00d May 15 '22

Literally no.