There are a few "educational measures" that you can be sure will harm the relationship between you and your fur nose. Cats are sensitive animals that can suffer from these educational errors.
1. Violence is NEVER a solution
Violence is always the wrong way to deal with animals. No matter how upset your cat is, beating, kicking, and other physical sanctions are the worst thing you can do to your pet. Anyone who becomes violent towards their cat (or other animals), even if only in affect, is guaranteed to permanently damage the relationship.
2. Shouting hurts your cat
The cat's hearing is as powerful as it is sensitive. Your hearing is a lot finer than that of a human. Therefore, you should never shout at your kitty as this can be very painful and irritating for her. Shouting physical violence is the same thing for your cat.
3. Coercion is the wrong way
You should never force a cat to do anything. For example, if your velvet paw doesn't want to cuddle, you should accept it and leave it alone. Coercion and pressure damage the relationship and do not lead to the goal. Medical emergencies are an exception - if your cat is sick and needs to go to the vet, you should bring her there, even if she doesn't want to.
5 tips for a successful human-cat relationship
A harmonious relationship between man and cat is no accident. Sure, the kitty ...
4. Subsequent scolding is useless
Are you coming home, entering the living room and your cat scratched the curtain or knocked over your favorite vase? This happens and is undoubtedly annoying. Subsequent scolding does not help. If you reprimand your cat, it is very likely that this will not connect you with their deed, but only senses that you are angry and is unsettled.
5. Impatience doesn't pay off
Always be patient when it comes to keeping cats. Velvet paws are also not always in a good mood and reluctantly follow instructions or educational measures on some days. Loving patience is always the better way to keep and breed cats.