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​Top 9 Easy-to-Train Cat Breeds

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Cats make excellent pets but can be challenging to train. However, the right breed can easily be trained to learn new tricks and behaviors.

If you're looking for a cat breed that is relatively easy to train, here are a few of the most trainable cat breeds

1) The Abyssinian Cat

Abyssinian cats are one of the most popular breeds in the world. They were initially bred from African wild cats, but over time they were domesticated. This breed has a medium-length hair coat and can come in many different colors, including tabby, white, and black with stripes.

They're brilliant and can be trained to do many things from trick tricks using the litter box to walking on a leash.

2) The Siamese

Siamese cats is another breed that’s easy to train. They are known for their high intelligence and trainability.

You’ll love that they’re very active cats and love to play. As such, they’re are social creatures and love to be around people, so they will want to do whatever you ask them to do. They're also very vocal cats and will meow a lot.

3) The Maine Coon

Maine coons are one of the most popular breeds and for a good reason. They're known for their intelligence and sociability, which makes them a great addition to any household.

Plus, they're straightforward to train and outdoorsy. They also don't mind being held or carried around, so you won't have to worry about them jumping out of your arms when you take them outside.

You can start training these cats as soon as they are old enough to be picked up. It's best not to leave this breed alone for long periods because they can become depressed and destructive when left alone too often

4) The Birman Cat

Another easy to train cat breed is the Birman. These cats are bred to be gentle and loving. The breed's name is derived from the French word 'birmane,' meaning silky.

They're known for their long, silky coat and captivating blue eyes. Birmans don't require much grooming or maintenance. In addition, they get along well with children and other animals—making them an excellent choice for families with kids or other pets.

5) British Shorthair

The British Shorthair cat is medium to large with a sleek, silky coat. They're easygoing and typically get along well with other animals. They’re also an excellent choice for someone who wants a cat that can be easily trained or if you have children.

These cats can learn tricks like fetching things, using cat flaps, or opening doors to go outside without training

6) The Persian Cat

Also known as the Royal Cat of Iran, the Persian cat is one of the most popular breeds in America.

This breed has a gentle, sweet disposition and enjoys playing with people. The Persian cat is often used as a therapy pet because they're so easy to train, making them excellent pets for families with small children

7) The Bengal Cat

Bengals are lovely family pets that love attention. They have a high activity level, so they're not recommended for an apartment setting. They're easy to train and enjoy being groomed.

Bengals are also known for their intelligence, making them one of the best breeds to teach tricks. They love to be showered with praise, so it's important to let them know how much you care about them!

8) The Ragdoll Cat

Ragdolls are easy to train because they have a sweet, gentle temperament. If you give them lots of love and affection, they'll be happy to sleep on your lap or cuddle with you while you watch TV. They're also very curious and intelligent, so you can teach them many tricks!

9) The Russian Blue

Russian blue cats are also a popular cat breeds because they are easy to train but can also be standoffish. These cats have thick fur and love playing with water. They're very gentle, sweet, and affectionate, which makes them perfect for families with kids.

The Russian Blue cat will get along well with other pets in your home if you introduce them slowly.

Wrapping Up

Cats are furry little angels, but not all cats are as easy to train as others. The listed cats are good picks if you're looking for the perfect trainable fit for your household.

As a rule of thumb, repetition, patience, positive reinforcement, and rewards for good behavior are crucial when training any cat.

What's more, with the right tools, like a clicker or treat pouch, it's easy to have a happy kitty that listens and responds well.

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