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PostPosted: Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:19 pm 
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One year old Mystic showing his skills

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 07, 2016 10:49 pm 
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Awe, what a super cute smart kitty.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2016 3:24 pm 
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Love it!

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2016 3:47 pm 
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Absolutely fantastic. My guys are still too hyper to do sth like this, not sure if they ever slow down. However they show amazing skills in finding my legs entangled in the duvet and assaulting them :biggrin: .
BTW. Anyone has any suggestions as to what works with Bengals if they fancy neither treats nor cuddles? I don't actually intend to train mine but if I ever wanted I'd be lost searching for a potential reward for their efforts :wink: .

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2016 4:36 pm 
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Now, that's a way to give treats! I wish I had time to "train" Raiden, but he's nearly 9 years old at this point and I'm a whole lot older than that -- to try and teach and old cat new tricks.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2016 5:09 pm 
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ttl wrote:
Absolutely fantastic. My guys are still too hyper to do sth like this, not sure if they ever slow down. However they show amazing skills in finding my legs entangled in the duvet and assaulting them :biggrin: .
BTW. Anyone has any suggestions as to what works with Bengals if they fancy neither treats nor cuddles? I don't actually intend to train mine but if I ever wanted I'd be lost searching for a potential reward for their efforts :wink: .


Well my cats go crazy for any kind of treat, even arugula. My one cat Blondie runs on her cat wheel at night. I think she does it for attention because I always say "Go Blondie, Go! Good Girl!" then she runs some more, stops and looks at me waiting for praise. Then she jumps in bed and cuddles. It's her little bedtime routine.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2016 10:23 pm 
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CMYKjill wrote:
ttl wrote:
Absolutely fantastic. My guys are still too hyper to do sth like this, not sure if they ever slow down. However they show amazing skills in finding my legs entangled in the duvet and assaulting them :biggrin: .
BTW. Anyone has any suggestions as to what works with Bengals if they fancy neither treats nor cuddles? I don't actually intend to train mine but if I ever wanted I'd be lost searching for a potential reward for their efforts :wink: .


Well my cats go crazy for any kind of treat, even arugula. My one cat Blondie runs on her cat wheel at night. I think she does it for attention because I always say "Go Blondie, Go! Good Girl!" then she runs some more, stops and looks at me waiting for praise. Then she jumps in bed and cuddles. It's her little bedtime routine.


Well, the only routine my cats have at night is that when I go upstairs to sleep they follow. Then they stay with me or they don't. In the morning they come to see me and patiently wait until I decide to get up. By "patiently" I mean quietly, they're of course up to some mischief but quietly :biggrin: . All of which comes down to the fact that they are completely immune to food-based extortion :redface: .

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2016 10:48 pm 
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My other cat Grace is that way. The only time she sleeps on the bed is when it is very chilly. In the morning they are always in the room with me impatiently waiting for the day to begin. They don't cry but they moan and whine. If I imitate them, they answer back. As I get up the moaning and whining increase. I try to dress quickly due to their nagging and get their food into the dish because by that time meows are bursting out and they are spinning in circles. They gobble their food making loud smacking sounds then race out onto the patio to play.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 09, 2016 5:05 pm 
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Thanks a lot everyone! ;) I'll keep posting some other videos soon.
Mystic accepts only raw chicken for treat, nothing else, so maybe who's interested in training cats should try it :D


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