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How I Trained My Cats

YouTube video • Shows how a man trained his cats.

Haku is the epitome of chill as he enjoys a bike ride.

With close to 70 million views, this entertaining video shows how a regular guy trained his cats to do paw shakes and go on leashed walks.

What is it?

“How I Trained My Cats” is a YouTube video that features one-half of the vlogger couple Rachel and Jun and their pet cats: Haku, Poki, and Nagi. It features scenes from the cats’ daily lives, from watching their owner slice ingredients in the kitchen to staying calm while meeting dogs during outdoor walks. 

Who’s behind it?

Jun Yoshizuki, a YouTube vlogger who loves to cook and share stories about his life in Japan.

How does it help me right now?

The video gives a glimpse of how other cat owners are caring for their pets, and at the same time, shows the endless possibilities of training your cat.

Where can I watch it?

Watch the entire video here.

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