In the bestselling tradition of Jan Fennell's "The Dog Listener", Sonya Fitzpatrick's "Cat Talk" is a wise and warmhearted guide to understanding and communicating with this uniquely differently feline. The most loved and well-behaved cat can suddenly decide to treat its owners to a display of haughtiness and disdain; an apparently happy and contented cat can suddenly, for no explicable reason, decide to embark on a wild abandoned chase after an invisible foe.In "Cat Talk" animal communicator Sonya Fitzpatrick explains what's really going on in your cat's head. She uses case studies of animals she has helped - she often locates cats who have left home - to give us a cat's eye view of the world. She reveals what is really important to our feline friends, and gives tips on keeping your cat healthy and happy. And for those who'd like to try communicating with their pet, she gives a step-by-step guide to learning cat talk. Written with knowledge, insight and compassion, "Cat Talk" will appeal to all besotted cat owners.
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Sonya Fitzpatrick was brought up on a farm in Northamptonshire, where she first learned how to communicate with animals. She now lives in the US, where she has a very successful animal therapy clinic. She is a regular consultant on TV shows and radio phone-ins.
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Book Description Sidgwick & Jackson. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110283073217