Discipline a cat? Honestly, I am so unfamilar with cats that I don't know how to handle this one.
I mean if my child scratches another child they are getting spanked and going to there rooms for a good heart to heart.
If my child purposely pokes a claw into another childs chest because they are angry about being removed from upstairs, I am going to deal severly with that child.
So what do you do with a kitten that does these things?
All I know to do is pop it and send it to it's bathroom.
Am I crazy? Does time removed from the family mean anything to kitty?
It means something to my falling apart daughter who cried and accused me of hating her cat for sending it to the bathroom.
Oh good grief is all I could say. How else do I respond to a 6 year old crying over my disciplining of a cat.
So really, how do you discipline a cat for scratching and clawing on purpose?
Also, I think the cat senses my uncomfortableness. When I sit on the couch in the evening she jumps up on the end of the couch and gets into a pouncing position. Stacy then taunts me and says continually "get her Anna", which isn't nice of him. Then she pounces on my leg and scares me to death and then I jump up and scream because I don't like being pounced on. Then Stacy laughs and I go to another room where the cat can't taunt me anymore.
How do you discipline a husband for encouraging a cat to pounce on his slightly afraid wife?