Understanding why your cat bites or scratches is the most important thing in order to wean your animal from these negative habits.
If previously the cat was raised with out being aggressive, but suddenly begins to show aggression when you try to caress her, you must consult a veterinarian. Perhaps she has health problems.
To stop a kitten from rushing and scratching, you can use its natural fear - throw a towel on it or a light pillow. A sharp onset of darkness will sober up the played out baby, and an association will form in his head: scratching equals darkness. Be patient, raising a kitten is a long process.
If a kitten or adult animal scratches while playing, distract his attention. Take your hands off. Invite him to play with a toy or teaser. Be adamant, stop all attempts of children and guests to play with animal with their hands.
Try to wean the kitten from scratching by using noise. Each time the animal releases its claws, stop the raging “aggressor” with a loud sound. You can clap your hands sharply, hit a pan with a spoon, or drop something on the floor. The cat is sobering by sharp loud sounds. If you repeat the "sound punishment" constantly, the cat will learn a lesson and it will be possible with this sound to prevent an attack on a person.
If you use the words "no" or "teeth" to wean bites, do not use them when the cat scratches you. Choose another conditional punishment word. For example, “claws” or “paws”.
You need to say the punishment word in a loud calm voice every time the animal tries to use its claws in relation to you, your household or guests.
If none of the above helped you, remember how a cat-mom teaches kittens. Carefully grab the "furry aggressor" by the scruff of the neck - in this position, he will calm down and calm down right away!