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We need a license to drive a car, operate on a brain and shampoo hair at a salon. But, anyone can have a cat. Luckily, there are lots of books out there which go into great detail about the finer points of caring for the feline in your life. Here are the best of the best…
The Cat Owner’s Manual
When we buy a new car, computer, even a can opener, it comes with a manual that covers how to operate the product properly. So, why not a cat? This book takes the approach we know nothing about caring for cats, and covers all the important points, from the most basic to the most complex. Just don’t get sucked into the Extended Service Agreement. It’s a scam…
How To Choose And Care For Your Cat
Most people think all cats are the same: Cute as kittens, aloof as adults. And, sometimes, they’re weird and REALLY hairy. Not true. There are dozens of different cat breeds and temperaments and all have differing needs. This book zeroes in on the perfect cat for you and your lifestyle.
Cat Owner’s Home Veterinary Handbook
Taking your cat to the vet can be just as expensive (even more so!) than seeing your own doctor. This book covers ways to prevent a visit before your cat gets sick, and, perhaps more importantly, when it’s time to get to the cat ER.
Cat Training In 10 Minutes
Cats are notoriously independent and resist training of any kind. This book covers the crucial basics (mostly housebreaking and feeding routines) but can also show you how just 10 minutes of training a day can teach even an old cat a few new tricks that will help keep your cat physically fit and add a new dimension of delight to the wonders of caring for a pet cat.
Cat Care, Naturally
Some cats are lucky enough to live with owners who have access to outside spaces, bringing out kitty’s wild side. This book covers methods for allowing your cat to indulge in their feral nature. Just be ready for the occasional mouse, squirrel or bird being proudly dropped at your feet…
Think Like A Cat
The title pretty much says it all. Get inside your cat’s head and you’ll be surprised at how rewarding the bonding experience can be. Just make sure you stop short at turning up your nose at anything less than the finest cuisine. And, oh yeah, pooping in a box…
The First-Aid Companion For Cats
This book covers what to do if your cat uses up one of those 9 lives and how to treat for injuries or health problems if it becomes necessary to see a vet. Bonus: The same goes for dogs…
Caring For Older Cats And Dogs
Most cat breeds can live for a decade or even as many as two. Unfortunately, all lives come to an end. This book is the definitive volume on how to ease the passing of your beloved kitty, and, how to prepare yourself for the surprisingly emotional end. Obviously, the same goes for Fido…
Cats For Dummies
Like its title implies, this most popular cat care book keeps cat care simple and includes lots of pictures. It’s all because most of us know something about cats, but not everyone knows how to care for them. Cats like to be independent, but every pet needs help from their owners to stay healthy and safe. It’s not rocket science, but, as any cat owner will tell you, it’s not always easy either. Especially for dummies…