Cats are now the most popular family pet in the UK and have taken over from dogs (approx. 7.7 million). Too often the cat is dismissed as an independent creature over whom owners have little, if any, control and training is thought to be limited to dogs. However, this book proves that cat training is not only possible, but can also be a lot of fun! In this guide, Sarah Heath shows you how to observe and interpret feline language so that you can make sense of some of those annoying habits that threaten your relationship with your cat - whether it is scratching the carpet, bringing home dead rodents, or spraying in the house.
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Sarah Heath BVSc., MRCVS is a veterinary surgeon and pet behaviour counsellor who writes regularly on behavioural topics for veterinary and popular magazines. She is Veterinary Officer to the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors and runs her own pet behaviour referral practice. Sarah has written several books and is involved in radio and television work on animal behaviour.
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Book Description Collins, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0007100639
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