Some people find cats toilet training an impossible task, but those who know how to go about it, do not find any difficulty. You just have to follow certain steps and you can easily train your cat to use a human toilet. Always remember that a cat is an intelligent pet and a quick learner. If you use the right method, you can train them quickly.
To start with, you can slowly move the litter box from its original location to some place closer to the toilet. Then everyday, change its location and move it closer and closer to the toilet till you put it right next to the toilet door.
The next step in cats toilet training is to get the cat inside the toilet. You can do this by putting the litter box inside the toilet. The idea is to get the cat used to being in the bathroom whenever it feels a call of nature.
Once the cat gets used to going to the bathroom, you can now put the litter box on the top of the toilet. Your cat may not like this idea because it will have to climb high to purge - she may feel unprotected. So, do not hurry. Let her take her own time. You may have to wait for a week or so before the cat get used to this idea.
Now, modify the litter box in a way that it should sit down in the toilet bowl and hang onto the surrounding rim. The idea is to let the cat feel that she is using a litter box and not a human toilet. This is another difficult phase of cats toilet training. However, you just have to be patient and you can easily teach your cat to get used to this idea in a week or so. It is a time taking process but not impossible.
Once you find that the cat has learnt to use the litter box while it is sitting in the toilet bowl, you can then remove the litter box entirely. Since the cat is now used to going to this exact "toilet" location to defecate, she will still go to the toilet to purge. However, when she sees the litter box missing from the location, she may hesitate in the beginning. Don't lose your patience. Despite her hesitation, she is going to use the toilet, sooner or later.
Overall, we can see that when it comes to cats toilet training, patience is the key. It may take you a month or so to teach your cat to use a human toilet, but it is quite achievable. The idea is to be slow in the process. Whatever changes you introduce, each and every step will take some time for the cat to get used to. Do not hurry, as there is no way to teach your cat to use a human toilet within just two days.