I have a tendency to start talking about rats with the same group of people that read my blog. I think we’re more alike than different.
So, I’m sure I’ve made this point enough times already but: You know you have a rat on a leash when it just sits at the table and never gets up. Maybe it makes a sound like a lawn mower or something – but it never gets up.
I’ve had rats on a leash for a long time and I’m not entirely sure what it means. My cats do it all the time so I assume it’s a sign of some kind of anxiety. I don’t know. I also have cats and I don’t know what they do. Maybe they just sit there and never get up.
You may have heard a rat on a leash before, but this is the first time I’ve heard a cat doing it and I never even saw one when I lived here. If you have any idea what this means, please feel free to let me know.
I’ve been a rat on a leash myself, but I’m not sure what it means either. If you’ve ever had a cat on a leash you’ll know what I mean. I’m pretty sure cats don’t sit around and never get up until they think they should, but I could be wrong.
I get cats on a leash, but the way I see it, they are up on a chair and have a leash around their neck. In the same way that my cat sits on the couch, I have my cat on a chair. They are both up on a chair and have a leash, but in a sense they are doing the same thing.
There’s still one more thing I have to say about rat on a leash, because I think it’s pretty damn obvious. Cats are animals. Like any other animal, they have instincts. Which means that if you have a cat on a leash you probably have a cat that will attack you if you go near it. That doesn’t mean that cats are going to attack you, but it does mean that you can expect them to attack you.
Yes, cats have instincts. We all do, but when we have one that is not quite on the right path. If you are on a leash with a cat or dog that is acting like a dog, that cat or dog will not be on the right path. It will not be doing what you expect it to be doing, and you will not be able to control it.
It is possible to teach a dog to follow you in a leash. As long as you are very consistent with where you are and what you are doing, the dog will be on the right path. For example, you can walk your dog with a leash on his collar. You can hand him a treat and tell him to go where you are going. Eventually, if he doesnt want to walk with the leash on his collar, you can simply let him loose with the leash.
The same concept holds true for cats. A cat who’s been trained in a leash will walk with a leash on his collar, but if he wants to, he can just let the cat out. The same is true for dogs.