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50 Ways to Train Your Cat

Perhaps you thought training a cat was an impossible task. Maybe you think your cat’s too independent, too stubborn or too wild. Not so! In 50 Ways to Train Your Cat, author Sally Franklin’s easy training methods keep feline instincts in mind. You can achieve wonderful results by working with your cat’s nature rather than against it. At the same time you’ll create a deeper bond with your cat through increased interaction and positive reinforcement. Among other […]

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How to Get Your Cat to Do What You Want

From Publishers Weekly Crazy about cats? Fine. But even consummate cat lovers may have trouble with a book that makes suggestions like “Experiment with calling the little furball on the phone and leaving a message on the answering machine. Some cats love to hear your voice and know Mommy or Daddy is talking to them. . . . ” and probes the issue “Can Kitty have a midlife crisis?” (Yes, Kitty can. The authors recommend surprising her […]

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Outwitting Cats: Tips, Tricks and Techniques for Persuading the Felines in Your Life That What YOU Want Is Also What THEY Want

Review “Since virtually all the problems that people have with their pets result not from the animals themselves but from their owners’ lack of information, this book could go a very long way toward mitigating that. People who live in cities or suburbs should be especially grateful for this book, which offers many possible remedies for the difficulties experienced by outdoor cats. I couldn’t think of a single question that wasn’t answered helpfully by this excellent book.” […]

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You CAN Train Your Cat: Secrets of a Master Cat Trainer

Since the beginning of time, cats have convinced the world that they are untrainable so they can do whatever they want…but those days are over!  Gregory Popovich is a professional cat trainer who’s trained cats to perform amazing circus-style tricks for television and stage, and he’s about to reveal his most closely guarded secrets so cat lovers everywhere can put an end to the most common problems: Stop bad litter box habits End early-morning howling Banish your cat […]

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Cats on the Counter: Therapy and Training for Your Cat

From Booklist The high percentage of cats returned to animal shelters–or simply abandoned–can be attributed to behavior or soiling issues. With much passion, clinical psychologist and animal behaviorist Lachman and cowriter Mickadeit proclaim that there are no bad felines–and furthermore, that the kinds of solutions often used, from declawing to de-voicing, are truly unnecessary. In addition to specific and practical lessons in behavior modification to cure, say, spraying, they demythify such long-held beliefs as “cats always land […]

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The Cat Whisperer: The Secret of How to Talk to Your Cat

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 […]

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The Pill Book Guide to Medication for Your Dog and Cat

Review The one pet medical reference no dog or cat owner should be without.From the Paperback edition. The one pet medical reference no dog or cat owner should be withoutThis one-of-a-kind guide provides you with important information about the most commonly prescribed and over-the-counter drugs for cats and dogs, plus helpful information on alternative therapies that will keep your pet healthy and happy. From common antibiotics and powerful drugs prescribed for more serious ailments to recent medications […]

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