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Jackson Galaxy Says: Stop Using a Squirt Bottle to Discipline Your Cat!

It’s widely believed that spraying a cat with a squirt bottle when he’s doing something you don’t want is an acceptable and effective means of disciplining and teaching him to stop unwanted behaviors. This is totally wrong! In fact, spraying your cat with water does nothing but harm your relationship with your cat!

Sure, it may get your cat to stop doing what he’s doing at that moment, but does it teach him anything? No. Animal Planet’s “Cat Daddy” Jackson Galaxy explains and gives some alternatives that actually do work!

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Mary Ann Ray

    Feb 7, 2017 at 6:44 pm

    Hello Jackson I have two cats. One is a talker he is male he is also a very jealous male who is neutered. My other cat I just got is a female kitten who is very bossy, but she doesn’t talk. I need suggestions for how to discipline them both without causing jealous behavior and tactics. I love both my cats. One is fixed and the other isn’t please give me some advice!!! 407-914-5742

  2. Kathy

    Feb 23, 2017 at 3:39 pm

    Get the other one fixed and you’ll see a huge improvement.

  3. Zoe Davis

    Jun 29, 2017 at 11:05 am

    Thanks for the great article.

    I’ll put these great cat spraying tips to work right away.

    Another thing that is really helping my cat overcome his spraying is this:

    http://www.journalofnaturalhealth.com/catspraying

    Thanks again!

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