Cats are the second most popular pet in the UK. There is estimated to be over 8 million cats in the UK, with 5 million households owning at least one cat. Throughout history, cats have been very good companions for us humans, and to this day that is no exception. From Ragdolls to Maine Coons, Bermese to Bengals – cats make great pets.

Being notoriously famous for their ‘nine lives’, cats are often very strong willed and independent. Unfortunately, this means they can be difficult to house train and even teach them their own name.

Are you struggling to train your feline friend? National Geographic have put together a very interesting article all about training your pet cat in the correct and successful way.

Read National Geographic’s Article here.

Rachel Smith
Rachel Smith is a huge animal lover and has always been passionate about the wellbeing of pets. She currently has a rescue dog, Stewie and a corn snake, Samson, but has experience of looking after various different pets over the years.

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