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#151 - Zyklone (07/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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a cat that responds to anything???? oh helll yea
#125 - GeneralPuug (07/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
#88 - anamenotaken ONLINE (07/25/2013) [-]
all aboard
User avatar #83 - baditch ONLINE (07/25/2013) [-]
A cat that responds to its name is well worth it having a long name.
#77 - draxdiesel (07/25/2013) [-]
having read the comments it would appear i have the only cat in the world that reacts it's name. who knew.
having read the comments it would appear i have the only cat in the world that reacts it's name. who knew.
#27 - jeunechien (07/25/2013) [-]
So a cat that actually reacts to its name? At least try to make the question somewhat believable bro
User avatar #21 - mcdonaldsman ONLINE (07/25/2013) [-]
whats the ******* bad side of it, poshest kitty in all the lands.
PRESS THAT ************* BUTTON !!!
#148 - pappathethird (07/25/2013) [-]
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User avatar #144 - sonicg (07/25/2013) [-]
>Not naming your cat Dr. McFluffenheimerschnitzel Esquire IV of the New Feline Republic of South Wales.
User avatar #127 - jalthelas (07/25/2013) [+] (7 replies)
**jalthelas rolled user zealotgold **

>Roll user
>Name new pet
User avatar #126 - arime (07/25/2013) [-]
**** yes. Imagine you're just sitting at home and you want to pet your kitty and you go to the door and be all like:


then the whole neighborhood is staring at you, and then a tiny little kity walks to your house

i dont even know i just thought this was awesome k
#114 - AresX (07/25/2013) [-]
User avatar #89 - casval (07/25/2013) [+] (4 replies)
I love how all the comments are about how cats don't listen. A cat trained properly WILL listen. Here is a fun and easy guide for training your kitty to come (I have used this on every cat I have owned over the last 20 years and it always works):

This is most easily done with a kitten. Most of my cats were obtained when they were between 6 weeks and 6 months old. You can do it with adults too, but it's just harder.

1) Earn the cat's trust. Cats are not social creatures like dogs. They have times when they want to be with you, and times when they want to do their own thing. Respect their space. Don't try to make kitty stay on your lap if he/she wants to go eat a grasshopper or whatever instead. If you allow the cat into your space, and freely allow it to leave, your cat will come into your space MUCH more often.

2) Kitty not very social? Get some treats. I don't mean that crunchy crap you find at Wal-Mart. Get canned tuna. Cats love it, it's cheap, and good for them. Give your kitty a call. From my experience, cats respond best to a high-pitched call. So tuck your nuts between your legs (or let loose your ovaries if you're female) and say KITTY KITTY in a high pitch. Good. Once the cat comes to KITTY KITTY, reward it with tuna. Repeat until the cat is friendly enough with you that a simple scratch on the head is a sufficient reward.

3) Introduce your cat to it's real name in the call. My cat's name is Oliver. So I say "Oliver (normal voice)! KITTY KITTY (high voice)!" This gets the cat's attention.

4) NEVER throw things on your cat. I don't care if it is ******** in the house, eating your food, or whatever. If you throw a bottle at it, or spray it with water, you will only make it resent you. If you need to use discipline, LIGHTLY swat your cat on it's rump and nowhere else. This is how cats tell other cats to back off. Your cat will listen and will not be angry with you later.

Do these things, and you too can enjoy a cat that comes when called.
User avatar #113 to #97 - casval (07/25/2013) [-]
God damn it Tyrone stop stealing the neighbors wifi and go home.
#66 - hopskotch (07/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
My cat doesn't react for **** anyway, so this is an upgrade really.
User avatar #44 - nucularwar (07/25/2013) [-]
Um **** yes I'd press it I've never had a cat that actually responds to any name at all or anything other than the sound of the bag of treats shaking
User avatar #42 - sinonyx (07/25/2013) [-]
every single one of these

have this really awesome thing

with very minimal downside to it
User avatar #24 - bowmasta (07/25/2013) [-]
I have 2 cats right now at home, Rusty and Paxton. While I was in college I got a cat from a classmate; His girlfriend adopted it knowing she was going to have mild allergic reactions to it. I found out its name 3 days later, Charles "Pistol Pete" Phillip Fisher the Third. My roommate and I decided to add another name 'Charles "Pistol Pete" Phillip Fisher the Third Worthington'.

TLDR; Classmate gave me a cat named 'Charles "Pistol Pete" Phillip Fisher the Third'. We call him Worthington.
User avatar #18 - thechosentroll (07/25/2013) [-]
That is a badass name for a cat.
#14 - quiescat (07/25/2013) [-]
look here you find a normal pet cat that will come when called and do ANY thing that you ask of it no matter how ****** up and odd ball its name is and i will be impressed( no magic tricks please)
User avatar #6 - howunexpected (07/25/2013) [-]
My cats don't react to anything but food, so...
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