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Turn an Outdoor Cat into an Indoor Cat

 

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For more information on cat behavior and training, refer to the articles on our website and the best-selling books by Pam Johnson-Bennett. If you have a question about your cat’s behavior or health, contact your veterinarian. This article is not intended as a medical diagnosis nor is it a replacement for your cat’s regular veterinary care. This article is for general information purposes only.

 

 

 

2 comments

  1. Jeani Le Breton

    I have started keeping my fixed male Siamese indoors after he was trapped by the local pre school. He is driving us insane with his constant whining, screaming, etc. we have tried spraying him with water, it’s just not working, is there any way to discourage this wailing?

  2. Christian Meland

    I have done most of the things written in the article above.They now come and go as they like through a cat door.
    And now they sure know where their home is and where the food is. With two of them I slept on the floor in the cat room.
    So they wouldn’t feel lonley. That helped. Now they are like normal housecats with freedom. But it takes patience. You cannot force anything with cats. Everything has to be at their pace.

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