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Cat Tricks

Discussion in 'Savannah Cat - General Discussion' started by Kristin, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. Kristin

    Kristin Animal Communicator

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    Has anyone taught their Savannah any cool tricks? I want to give it a shot, and would love to hear how you trained them :)
     
  2. adamcrssmn

    adamcrssmn Guest

    I've got King trained to jump up into my arms, Karma to jump up and touch my hand (w/o claws) to receive a piece of chicken and the kittens to lay there and look cute...
     
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  3. Kristin

    Kristin Animal Communicator

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    I want to teach her how to fetch some stuff lol...not sure how it will work out but it's worth a shot :p
     
  4. Kronos

    Kronos Guest

    Both my boys can do tricks :) One is a Ragdoll though hehe

    This is Kronos at 15 weeks old showing what he has learned so far:




    And this is what Solo can do:




    Instructional video on how to teach your cat to roll over:

     
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  5. adamcrssmn

    adamcrssmn Guest

    My male Bengal (Tully) and occasionally his sister, Samsquantch, play fetch... The SVs can't seem to get over the "You threw the toy I was playing with over there, jerk, you f@#^ing get it!";)
     
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  6. adamcrssmn

    adamcrssmn Guest

    Kronos is adorable!!! Solo's fluffy... A lot of people like that too... (You'll find that, in my world, there are Savannahs, Bengals, Toygers and "fluffy"... I have a history of irritating "fluffies", so I'm a little jaded when it comes to "fluffy")

    p.s. I really, actually, don't dislike "fluffy"... Most of my "negative" comments involving them are light-hearted sarcasm or "good-natured ribbing";) due to an inside-joke (with myself)... We have a brown and black "fluffy" named Munkey Paws, who's a total sweetheart!!!
     
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  7. Kristin

    Kristin Animal Communicator

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    I love Kronos' marble pattern! They are both so good!
     
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  8. admin

    admin Paige Staff Member

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    Excellent videos, Alisha! I love Solo - he seems so easy to train! And Kronos, of course, is such a handsome, smart boy!

    I had Taj running circuits as a kitten...not so much anymore though...he does still sit, stay, come on command, shake paws...Zuri does all of the same, but she is a master fetcher...and she loves to play soccer with her little soccer ball ;) She will follow me around with the soccer ball in her mouth until I play fetch with her...silly girl!
     
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  9. ScottKelly911

    ScottKelly911 Savannah Super Cat

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    Alisha, those vids were fantastic! Gives me hope lol

    Tricks I hope to teach my SV:
    Come to the calling of his name (once he has one)
    Fetch
    Sit
    High Five
    Jump into my arms (my Husky used to do it, yep, pretty big dog to train that trick but she did it lol)
    Make me breakfast or a sandwich

    Tricks that he'll probably learn on his own:
    Poop or pee in the path to my alarm clock in the morning
    Wake me up about 2 hours before my alarm goes off, then again 40 minutes before my alarm goes off.
    Eat my food if I leave it unattended
    Redecorate my living room
     
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  10. Dantes

    Dantes Guest

    Duma does sit, we're working on lie down next. He played fetch all on his own, the first day he was home! I thought for certain someone had taught him, but I'm assured not....On the other hand, I can't figure out if he hasn't learned his name yet or he just doesn't hear his name in typical cat style lol

    Dante never did learn roll over, but Solo is so much smarter than Dante, it's obvious! But Dante is awesome at Sit and Lie down when he wants to be.

    Sadly I don't have physical proof as I'd need to hire a videographer lol
     
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