Everything you need for your cat to succeed.
A clicker and a target stick – the best tools to teach your cat.
A handy quick-start guide to reference whenever you need it.
An interactive virtual course with fun and easy lessons selected specifically for your success.
Support from the teacher. Post videos and get feedback on your training, so you can improve your skills and help your cat learn.
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Notes from the Graduates
“Best thing I have ever done!”
Registering FoyFoy to Cat school was the best thing I have ever done! While I have a pretty busy schedule (joys of student life!) I know we both really enjoy our practice times !! :)
So far he knows how to sit, stay, look at me before he can eat, weave between my legs and ring a bell ! We're working on the pawshakes and I cannot wait to assemble it together !!
Thank you for the awesome opportunity !
– Cheyenne and FoyFoy
“My cat is a lot more confident”
As a First Time cat owner, Julie has helped me through many stages of my kittens life. Initially it was just limited to her knowledge of clicker training. But soon, I started to need help getting my little boy used to scary new sounds and environments. Julie has helped me learn to introduce him to new things in a controlled way which allows him to build confidence in himself.
– Ryan and Gregory
“You’ve changed my entire relationship with my cat.”
Since starting Cat School, Ellie and I have bonded and have become closer-- Some of my favorite moments of the day is when she successfully completes a lesson. You can tell she is also more confident through-out the day. I am filled with lots of joy and pride; thus I've been taking video of her and wow-ing all my friends and teaching them that: YES! It is possible to clicker train a cat!! I want to continue growing and learning with my precious Ellie. Thank you Jones and Julie!! You've changed my entire relationship with my cat, for the better.
– Courtney and Ellie
Frequently Asked Questions
Will cat training help my cat’s biting?
Yes! The beginner training program will teach you how to interact with your cat constructively. By providing your cat with fun activities that build teamwork, your cat will see you less as an adversary and more as a teammate.
Is my cat too old for training?
Age is not a limiting factor in learning. Cats of all ages can learn. For all cats that are new to training, it’s important to go slow at first to give them time to learn the rules of the game.
I have a new kitten when can I start training?
Right Meow! The more you do with your new kitten the more rewarding your relationship will be. New puppy owners don’t wait to start teaching their puppy and new kitten owners should follow the same guidelines. Training will get you and your kitten started on the right paw.
How do I train multiple cats?
In the virtual course there is a section on working with multiple cats. The goal of the lesson is to teach each cat to stay at a station or ‘parking spot’. While you train one cat, the other cat earns rewards for staying at their spot. You might be surprised to see how much one cat enjoys observing the other cat work.
Can cat training help my cats if they are aggressive to one another?
Yes! In the program, each cat will learn to stay at a 'parking spot' while you work with the other cat. By doing this, you create an environment where the cats can be close to one another safely. By pairing treats with these sessions, each cat will start to associate the presence of the other with a more positive experience. Keep in mind, aggression is a serious behaviour problem, and you may need a behaviourist to help you get to the finish line.
My cat is deaf, can I still do training?
Absolutely! For deaf cats, a small flash of light can be used instead of a clicker. Reach out to to the teacher for more resources and assistance.
My cat is not that interested in food, can I use praise and pats as a reward?
Although human students appreciate when their teacher says, "you did a great job", most students try hard at school because they want good marks. Similarly, for your cat, praise will only go so far – you need high-value rewards for your cat’s hard work. My recommendation is that you find treats your cat loves. Grab my FREE GUIDE to building food motivation and finding the best training rewards.