I was wondering. And I appreciate that some pets in Aussie land are not pets in other Countries and that the majority of people have cats or dogs or both as pets.
But, do you believe that any animal can be trained? Should not be caged? And, if so, have you had such a pet?
I was just thinking out loud.. I have as I stated in another thread of mine, a lop rabbit, well I had two but with the move, I left one with the tenants who is behind a picket fence and has freedom and chose to take his brother as he I thought, I could train, he has character and he now lives in a courtyard at the side of our home with full run of the gardens, lawns.
Jet, is black a big boy, and no I won't let anyone eat him:) But, he "now" since the move, uses a kitty litter tray, keeps his house tidy therefore, a little hutch with a balcony that he sits on
And, when he starts digging, I start saying no, and he stops. Until he wants to be cheeky. He also goes around in circles chasing a broom each way, no road sense, and comes into the family room and uses the cats kitty litter tray. He also gives what for to the cat, when he chases him by chasing him back, all in fun.
I once had a rabbit that did the same, and so, slept on my bed and jumped the fense to sit with the cats...
Have you ever trained what is supposed to be locked up, which I hate, to be civil ?
Oh and I taught my cat to sit if it wants food instead of jumping on me.
Just curious as I think some people don't believe that a some what caged animal can adapt and behave and listen to humans.
Look forward to thoughts even the sarcastic ones