I just finished raising 7 foster kittens and not one of them bites hands. The trick is to stop any play immediately
after a bite or scratch with a sharp "no" command, and then continue play with a toy after they have calmed for a bit. Consistancy is key for this to work and hands can never, ever be used for play
(such as wiggling of fingers and such). Hiting should never be used as a punishment, it doesn't work.
Good luck and we require pictures in exchange for advice
Cat maid to:
Jasper, male Ragdoll ?? (approx 10 yrs)
Rose semi feral, a cpietra rescue, female tabby (approx 7 yrs)
Sweet Pea RIP (2004?-2014)
Puddles RIP (1996-2014)
Snowball RIP (1991-2005)
In a cat's eye, all things belong to cats.-English Proverb
“While we are free to choose our actions, we are not free to choose the consequences of our actions.” Stephen R. Covey
Last edited by Love4himies; January 9th, 2008 at 07:53 AM.