of How to Leash Train a Cat was reviewed by on April 3, 2017.

Training a Cat to Walk on a Leash - impossible with neurotic/beastly varieties
The standard cat leashes are those which are about five to six feet in length. These are fine but you need to consider the weight of the cat leash you intend to purchase for your pet cat. Dog leashes are mostly heavy and work serve well for feline use.
We shouldn’t even have to say it, but it’s worth getting it out there: Please. Don’t drag your cat.
“I don’t think it’s something we can enforce. I don’t think we can confine a cat to a yard,” Joe Marino III, the Gretna council member who sponsored the change that unleashed cats, said at the time, There is a proper way to train your cat on a leash that promises much greater success.
Cat Care Tips... How to train you cat to walk on a leash. Wish I would have know this way earlier. I think my cats have already learned to hate the leash.Leash walking for cats is gaining more and more popularity these days, and that's because it's a safe alternative to letting our precious pets outside on their own. It provides them with much needed environmental enrichment while keeping them out of harm's way. Will you join the thousands of cat parents who are taking their kitties for walks? Here's how!Have you ever wanted to train your cat to walk on a leash? Jackson Galaxy from the Animal Planet Show, My Cat from Hell, gives you step by step tips to get your pet out and about on the leash! Does your cat walk on a leash? If so, how did you train your kitty?I taught my Cynder to walk on a leash and ride in my car with a seatbelt harness. This is one of my favorite pictures of her adventuring. cats funny picturesI taught my Cynder to walk on a leash and ride in my car with a seatbelt harness. This is one of my favorite pictures of her adventuring. cats funny picturesMy biggest concern in sharing my advice is that some may begin walking their cat, only to lose interest, leaving their feline companion suddenly disenfranchised from something they were enjoying enormously. While some will no doubt give this a try only to discover their pet is not interested in going outside, it would be downright cruel, in my opinion, to suddenly stop walking a pet that had grown accustomed to having a daily adventure outdoors. Please Please PLEASE don’t try walking your cat unless you’re willing to make a long-term commitment to giving your cat a daily walk.Felines can be trained to walk in harnesses and on leashes, just like dogs. All it takes is some gentle and patient cat training. Success is more likely if you start when your cat is a kitten, but if your cat doesn't enjoy it, there are plenty of other ways to have fun together!A cat leash is not the same as a dog leash. For one, cat leashes are not used with collars like dog leashes are. Thus, a and leash may not be used together. There are two types of cat leashes: the standard leash, and the retractable leash.