Mr Pedia has been demonstrating that she's trainable in other ways.
The first thing to know is the story of the Smarter Dog. The smarter dog's ideal weight is 4.5 lbs. She is a very small dog. She loves food, however, thanks to an un-ideal puppyhood with people who were not the doting Mr P. She'll eat until physically incapable of eating any more. For a while she was pushing 6 lbs, which, in a dog that small, made her pretty rotund. So Mr P starting having her fetch for her food. He throws a ball from one end of the house to the other. She chases, retrieves, and receieves a couple pieces of kibble for her efforts. She's been at her ideal weight for years now, but she loves the feeding game so much that Mr P has continued it.
The Kitten also loves this game. The Kitten partipates in the chase, though not the fetch. The Kitten also loves dog kibble, and attempts to steal it. Mr Pedia has used the one as a lever for the other:
If the Kitten makes contact with the Smarter Dog during a fetch, the Kitten is rewarded with a piece of kibble.
He doesn't reward mere chasing or lunging or pouncing. The Kitten has to slam into the Smarter Dog in some way. The Kitten experimented with doing the minimal possible, but figured out that kibble was not forthcoming. So now the Kitten lurks, pounces on a completely uncaring tiny dog, and then gets to chase a piece of kibble. She carries the kibble somewhere where it's safe from Dimmer Dog (learned that one the hard way) and eats it. Then she rejoins the fetch game in progress to earn another piece.
The Kitten is about the dogs' size now. I am wondering how long Smarter Dog will be indifferent to this pouncing thing. But Mr P is an Evil Genius. He just cackles.