Britain's leading veterinary journalist and cat expert shares her advice and experience with cat owners on both sides of the Atlantic, as she describes how to bond with a pet feline. Claire Bessant begins by explaining how cats function as cats, describing their likes, their dislikes, and their instinctive behavior. Armed with this knowledge, cat owners facing behavior problems can determine why a problem exists and decide how to solve it. A most fascinating topic that Claire Bessant explores in detail is her method of entering a cat's world through its senses—sight, touch, hearing, smell, taste, and that indefinable feline sixth sense. Readers will also find information on cat vocal and body language, feline traits determined by genetics, ways of measuring feline intelligence, training techniques, and much more. The book's final 50-page chapter is an A-to-Z compendium of cat behavior problems and their solutions. This must-read volume for cat lovers includes an eight-page insert of beautiful full-color photos.
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Cats have been favorite domestic pets since ancient times, and a very real understanding has evolved between these fascinating animals and their human counterparts. This book, written by a leading cat expert, will guide you toward forging a more meaningful bond between you and your feline pet. Claire Bessant explains cats’ likes and dislikes, and analyzes problems that sometimes arise between cats and their owners. Most important, she offers advice on how to solve them. By learning more about your cat, you’ll develop a deeper appreciation for this much loved pet.About the Author:
Claire Bessant is the author of many books on cat care, including How to Talk to Your Cat, published in North America by Barron's.
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Book Description Barron's Educational Series, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110764121650