Use Distinctive Sound Signals

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Choose a sound signal to get your cat’s attention, for example calling your cat’s name or giving a hand clap or blowing a whistle or a combination of your cat’s name and another signal. Don’t rely on a signalling device such as a bell or a shaken pot of vitamin tablets alone. You may not always have the sound maker at hand. Use a signal you can always make wherever you are, indoors or outdoors. A sound maker is fine as a secondary signal, something that reinforces your words, clap or whistle. For example, call Milly by her name, and combine that with making a shaking sound with the pot of vitamin tablets she craves. That means that at night, when you want your cat in, you don’t have to shout its name and disturb your neighbours but rather just shake the vitamin container.

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