Clicker: A clicker is a handheld device that makes a distinct clicking sound when pressed. It serves as a marker to reinforce desired behaviors during training sessions.
Treats: High-value treats that cats find rewarding can be used as positive reinforcement during training. Treats should be small, soft, and easily consumable.
Training guides or manuals: These provide information on cat behavior, training techniques, and tips for addressing common behavior issues. They offer guidance on training methods, commands, and troubleshooting.
Toys: Interactive toys designed to engage cats in play and training activities can be included to help stimulate their minds and encourage positive behavior. Toys that encourage mental stimulation, such as puzzle toys or treat-dispensing toys, are particularly beneficial.
Scratching post or pad: Including a scratching post or pad in the kit can help redirect your cat’s natural scratching behavior to an appropriate surface.
Target stick: A target stick is a tool used to guide a cat’s movements during training. It typically has a target at the end, and the cat is trained to follow and touch the target with their nose or paw.