The Older Cat: Recognizing Decline & Extending Life

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Para Pub., 2001 - Pets - 139 pages
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Unable to find a book about caring for older cats when his cat Cricket began to decline, Dan Poynter consulted experts and wrote this book to help others. Readers learn to determine a cats real age, improve its quality of life in later years, recognize signs of decline, and make decisions regarding euthanasia and other difficult subjects.

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Review: The Older Cat: Recognizing Decline & Extending Life

User Review  - Cassandra - Goodreads

I picked this book from the library hoping for information about how to best take care of my 12 year old cat. This book was no help whatsoever. Most of the advice is general cat care advice for any ... Read full review

Review: The Older Cat: Recognizing Decline & Extending Life

User Review  - Amy (Demonkittie) - Goodreads

This was an interesting book. Perhaps a little dated and any URL that was posted inside was microscopically small. Really good for anyone who is facing the loss of a pet for the first time. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Poynter is the author of more than 75 books. His book-publishing seminars have been featured on CNN.

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