250 Things You Can Do to Make Your Cat Adore You

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Simon & Schuster, May 15, 1998 - Pets - 208 pages
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There are happy cats, and there are "happy" cats. Which kind of cat is yours? You may be surprised...

Here it is, straight and simple. Even the most well-intentioned, doting cat owner can (and often does) create an environment in which the beloved feline feels less than comfortable. Think about it: we humans create homes that feel, smell, sound, and look good to us -- not our cat. But fear not. Here in "250 Things You Can Do To Make Your Cat Adore You, " a top animal expert, cat lover, and listener gives you insight from the cat's point of view, as well as practical and simple things you can do, to accommodate the cat's wishes so that nothing feels, smells, sounds, looks, or tastes at best unappealing, at worst harmful. With tips on how to:

  • read your pet's body language
  • use holistic remedies for common cat maladies
  • discover human traits that cats love -- and loathe

    and much, much more. With this book you can end kitty boredom forever and improve most behavior or health problems if they exist. And if they don't, here's an opportunity to make your happy cat happier!

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    Review: 250 Things You Can Do to Make Your Cat Adore You

    User Review  - Ashley Macmillan-cardy - Goodreads

    This book had some good ideas and tips, while others in the book were just plain silly. Also, there is quite an agenda. PETA goes too far for me, even though I am very interested and active in animal ... Read full review

    Review: 250 Things You Can Do to Make Your Cat Adore You

    User Review  - Jessica - Goodreads

    Though the title is completely off the mark, this is a very nice resource on cats in general. I recommend supplementing it with "The Whole Pet Diet" by Andi Brown, who has no weird PETA biases about ... Read full review

    About the author (1998)

    Ingrid Newkirk, cofounder of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), is the acclaimed author of Save the Animals! 101 Things You Can Do, Kids Can Save the Animals, and The Compassionate Cook. She lives in Washington, D.C.

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