- May 22, 2015 at 11:25 pm #990BrianMember
My Bengal Nayla is now 7 months old and I’m trying to teach her what she can or cannot do.
My biggest problem is at dinner time when my wife and I are eating. So far, Nayla jumps up on the table and walk straight to our plates trying to eat our food. I tried placing her on the floor and say “no” firmly a couple of times but she jumps straight back up and doesn’t care.
I have tried these two things:
- Feeding her at the same time we eat but she eats so fast and comes on the table right away when she’s done eating.
- Giving her a cat toy to distract her but our food is most interesting to her.
I am open to any kind of advice.
- July 7, 2015 at 11:20 am #1136DalaThomasMember
Is she allowed on the table at different times? Getting cats to stay off counters and tables is a battle I never win- mine like to lay on the counter while Im cooking dinner, which means I always have a garnish of cat hair. A spray bottle works- sometimes just the presence of a spray bottle works. 🙂 Or ….. get uses to it, and put her up when you have company- not everyone likes a cat on their table. 🙂
- December 14, 2016 at 10:17 pm #2693Tanya LaporteModerator
Try putting aluminum foil on the places that she uses to jump. Cats can’t stand it! After some time she’ll get the message.
Keep us posted
- May 11, 2017 at 7:28 am #5315Neicie Marie KParticipant
…GOOD LUCK…BENGALS DO WHAT THEY WANT, WHEN THEY WANT…ID PUT HER IN A ROOM WITH HER OWN PLATE TIL YOUR DONE EATING….
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