Breed and Behavior: Cats

Breed and Behavior: Cats - Term Definition Pica eating...

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Term: Pica Definition: eating inedible objects (plant, fabric) Term: Four ways to fix litter box issues: Definition: offer better litter boxcleandon't put in frequently used areas Term: Three Ways to Stop Nipping: Definition: redirectionnegative punishment (take hand away)counter command Term: Three solutions to jumping up: Definition: (+R) for use of acceptable resting places(-/+P) for inappropriate areas Term: Four Signs of Marking: Definition: Spray of vertical surfaceSmall puddlesNo deificationUsing Litter box
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Term: Five solutions to Feline Aggression: Definition: environmental enrichmentattention for calm behavioravoid play with hands and feethave a predictable play timeSeparate cats Term: Six Reasons Cats Wont Use the Litter Box: Definition: dirtydon't like type of litterdon't like style or size of boxbad locationblocked accessnumber of boxes Term: Why do cats wake us up at night? Definition: nocturnal - nightcrepuscular - (early morning/late afternoon) Term: Negative Punishment Definition:
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