How To Talk To Your Cat
Learning how to talk to your cat seems trivial at first. To many, it may seem as if though it doesn't really matter how one talks to his or her cat. However, specifically in the tone of your voice, there are some differences in talking to your cat. Take the following considerations into account to learn how to talk to your cat.
- Cats can sense the tone of your voice. Cats are able to distinguish between a high and low tone. This becomes an important foundation in training your cat with specific behaviors.
- Use a stern voice when facing negative behaviors from your cat. When negative behaviors are present, you can use a negative tone. This is especially useful when training your cat, such as discouraging him or her from biting or scratching. Don't over do it, however.
- Use a pleasant tone to reward your cat. On the other side, using a positive tone of voice can be beneficial, especially when training your cat. A positive tone of voice can be great for demonstrating positive behavior with your cat. It can help teach him or her how to behave in certain situations; like other pets, your cat will enjoy pleasing you.
- Feel free to talk to your cat. Generally speaking, you can talk to your cat whenever you would like. Although a high and low tone can be discerned by cats, and thus present something you should be aware of, there is no definite or proper way to speak to your cat. Enjoy having your cat as a pet and feel free to speak to him or her when desired.