It goes without saying, cats have attitude. Depending on your cats personality, that attitude can be hilarious or frustrating. Instead of getting upset at your cat, get a laugh and read about other cat owners in the same situation. Take Jason and his wife as an example, their cat had a hilarious attitude.
The Water Dish Incident: The cats name was Cole. He was a male cat who loved women but had an attitude with men. Cole's water and food dish were placed up on top of a counter to give him his privacy while he ate. Every morning as Jason walked by the water dish, Cole would knock the water dish all over him. It was definitely a case of Cattitude that left Jason wet every morning.
The Funny Solution: After a month of being tormented by the cat, Jason came up with a funny solution. He kept a dish of water close by. The next time Cole dumped the water dish on Jason, he took the hidden water and dumped it on the cat. This process continued for only three days and the cat stopped dumping the water dish.
Cats have attitude, there is no doubt about it. Through training and some good humor, cats attitude can change. Look at what your cat is doing and if you can, safely do it back to them so they learn. Training cats is far different than training dogs. Have patience and a great sense of humor and the Cattitude won't drive you and your family crazy.