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Gate

Manda BargerManda Barger PaducahMember Posts: 182
edited 3 April, 2010 in Behavior & Training
Hi there! I'm not "new" to the thread, but I've never posted. So here is my dilemia. We recently put up a new baby gate to prevent our puppy, Katsumi from getting into the part of our home that has Cricket's food and litter. But I'm not sure if Cricket can simply get over it. Is there a way I can train him to jump over... Boxes or something? Cricket is a big cat and the gate is 32" high. It has vertical bars an has a door part to open the gate- it is foot activated. Ideas?

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  • Ashlee GordonAshlee Gordon West SpringfieldMember Posts: 16
    edited 3 April, 2010
    Do you have more than one cat? We had a cat once that didn't understand how to jump over the baby gate at first, but would watch the other cats do it and started mimicking them to to eventually figure it out. He will get the hang of it in a few days I bet.
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