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Cat training backfires

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The experts say a few shots from a squirt bottle is a great way to train a cat.

It discourages the feline from continuing the unwanted behaviour.

In this case it's having the wrong effect.

Joey the cat loves the squirt bottle.

Also today on Trending Now, B.C. actor Pablo Schreiber from "Orange is the New Black" talks about growing up on a hippy commune in Winlaw with Jimmy Kimmel, on Late Night with Seth Myers, Gerard Butler explains his love of the World Cup, Tony Award winner Audra McDonald is on the Late Show with David Letterman, Barbara Walters tells Jimmy Fallon how she missed out on becoming Mrs. Eastwood and Ellen Pompeo from "Grey's Anatomy" in on the Ellen Show.

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