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Default Think Like a Cat: How to Raise a Well-Adjusted Cat--Not a Sour Puss

A popular cat expert and award-winning author of four books on feline behavior reveals the key to a satisfying and rewarding relationship with your cat.

Think it's impossible to train a cat? Think again! Yes, you can learn to understand your cat. No, cats are not always aloof. No, they don't ruin furniture out of spite. Most often feline "misbehavior" is the result of owners not understanding their cat's needs. In this comprehensive book that takes readers through every step of cat ownership, Pam Johnson-Bennett helps you understand the instincts that determine feline behavior, positive and negative. An authoritative resource for cat owners of all stripes, Think Like a Cat covers everything from where to get a kitten to choosing a vet; from basic health care to treating more serious medical problems; from selecting an irresistible scratching post to avoiding litter box problems. A seasoned therapist and former veterinary technician, Johnson-Bennett offers welcome advice in a straightforward manner that will help cats--and their owners--share a happy, healthy life together.

Johnson-Bennett's first book, Cat Love, was chosen by Cat Fancy magazine as one of the best books ever published on cats.
Customer Review: Informative Book
This is a very good book on Cats. It's great for the beginner as well as the long time owner. It is an enjoyable read and very informative. I learned some new things and really enjoyed the book.
Customer Review: Very good behavioral info, missed the mark on nutrition
While all of Ms. Johnson-Bennett's insights on cat (and human) behavior ring true to this cat lover, I feel that she missed the mark completely in her assertion that most commercial foods are as 'nutritionally complete' as they would like consumers to believe. For high quality nutritional information, I suggest "The New Natural Cat" by Anitra Frasier, "Natural Health for Dogs and Cats" by Richard Pitcairn, and "Natural Healing for Dogs and Cats" and "The Natural Remedy Book for Dogs and Cats" by Diane Stein. These all contain much more in depth information about what our animal companions need, how most (not all) commercial foods fail pitifully, and how to best feed pets on any budget. Look deeper, you will find wonderful information just inside the cover.

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