By Karyn Bates. Window Perches. Published at Monday, August 13th, 2018 - 06:12:39 AM.
Guide To Cat Window Sill - Every house, office or business centres have windows. The purpose of the windows is to let in air and light. But have you ever noticed that it is the different parts put together that make up a window. The windowpane slides within a window frame. The top horizontal part of the frame is called the head and the lower horizontal part of the window frame is called the sill. So you can say that the windowsill is the flat piece of wood, stone or the like at the bottom of the window frame. Every one loves a room with a view, so do the cats.
Cats are trainable, perhaps not to the degree; a dog is trainable with voice commands, but they you can succeed in training them in some ways. Cats will enliven any home and given a lot of positive reinforcement, they can be just as much fun if not more fun than other pets. Especially when they give you comfort by stepping on to your lap kneading and purring. These moments can take away a bad day at work within a few seconds.
Reinforcement starts at any age, but it is typically wise to start out with a kitten. Cats cannot distinguish words, but they are very astute in distinguishing tones of your voice. They will know they have done something wrong just by the tone of voice you use. This is why it is important to use your upset voice when they have done something wrong, otherwise they will become confused. Let us go back to reinforcement. Reinforcement is either positive or negative. Water is a negative reinforcement for a cat or kitten because they typically despise being wet. Some positive reinforcement can be hugs or fully body petting, treats, or play time.
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