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Tip 1- Show your cat the harness and occasionally drape it               over their body. Take it off if they get upset. 


Tip 2-  Attach the harness and let your cat wear it for a few                minutes at a time (or only a few seconds if they                        object). Expect agitation, lying on their side and                      refusal to move at first.


Tip 3 - Treats for each small accomplishment can only help.


Tip 4 - When they seem comfortable, adjust the harness for a            safe fit. You should be able to fit one fingers between              the body and the harness.


 Tip 5 - Attach the leash and hold it loosely while you follow               kitty around your home. They might (or might not)                   agree to let you choose your direction of travel.


Tip 6 - Repeat the above step until you think they are ready to            see the wider world, then pick kitty up, open the door,            hold kitty in your arms and let them look around. 


Tip 7 - If kitty is calm, take a few steps outside. ALWAYS                    carry your cat outside so they doesnít start thinking                an open door means they are free to leave the                         building. Bring kitty back inside. Reward with treats.               Repeat until comfortable.


Tip 8 - Carry kitty outside, place on the ground and keep a                firm grasp on the leash. Let them choose the itinerary.            Do they want to lie in the grass or check out an alley?            Let them decide (within reason, of course). Abort the              mission when kitty says itís over. Reward with treats.


Tip 9 - Try taking your cat out at different times of day. They              might balk when itís bright and busy but relax when                the outdoors are darker and quieter.


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