Your cat might not appreciate a collar at first, but with patience and consistency you can teach it to accept a collar and reap the many benefits of a cat collar.
Cat Behaviour & Training
Tips, techniques and guidelines for training and understanding the behaviour of cats. Provided by the RSPCA Animal Training and Behaviour Centre.
What is aggressive play for a cat? Learn the difference between normal aggressive play for cats and when aggressive play can become a problem and what you can do about it.
Everyone’s met a shy cat: they’re the cats that run for cover at the sight of visitors, or skulk around the edges of a room and never really come out into the open.
Cats have evolved over thousands of years to be one of the most effective and efficient hunters on land. This must be kept in mind when you own a cat.
RSPCA animal training courses are available across Australia:
- Queensland: call the RSPCA Animal Training & Behaviour Centre for further information in regard to courses available on (07) 3426 9928.
- Victoria: for any information on training and behaviour in Victoria call Amanda Murcutt on 92242521.
- West Australia: call the RSPCA PawsCentral Adoption Centre for further information about courses available near you on (08) 9209-9309 or visit the RSPCA WA website.
- NSW: Information is available on the RSPCA NSW website.
- Australian Capital Territory: Information is available on the RSPCA ACT website.
- South Australia: Contact information is available on the RSPCA SA website.
- Northern Territory: Contact information is available on the RSPCA Darwin website.
- Tasmania: Training is available at the Hobart Animal Care Centre in Mornington. Go to the RSPCA Tasmania website for further information.