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Old October 5th, 2010, 02:10 AM
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Harness for my new family member (kitten)

I got a new kitten. She's been wonderful, adapted since day 1. Scully is a sweetheart she accepted "Mulder" already (kitten is a female but I had to name her Mulder either way ) they play together, everything's been wonderful so far.
I already bought a harness for Mulder (kitten size) and I put it on for 15, 20 mins every night for her to get used to the feeling of having one for the future when we take her out for walks with us to the backyard.

I've been reading about harness training, I tried it with Scully with very moderate success, she walks only if you caress her back, also I adopted scully when she was 1 year already.
So anyway what would you advice for a successful harness training in a kitten?

P.S. Soon Ill post pics of my little cutie. She was born in July/August
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