3/4 Cat Sense: How the New Feline Science Can Make You a Better Friend to Your Pet, by John Bradshaw

Nov 22, 01:31 AM
Image:  Domestic cat on a stool playing with three kittens
Cat Sense: How the New Feline Science Can Make You a Better Friend to Your Pet,by John Bradshaw

The Guardian: “Bradshaw's book mixes pellets of cat lore with accounts of feline evolution, anatomy, genetics and development from newborn kitten to adulthood, plus descriptions of cat-psychology experiments in the laboratory, many of which he has conducted himself. . . . Inveterate cat-haters, those defective humans, probably won't appreciate this book, but anyone else might. It is written in a friendly and engaging way, has helpful tips for cat owners, and is packed with excellent cat facts.”
 
The Guardian, paperback:  “[A] thoughtful, useful and utterly absorbing book.”
 
The Observer: “You could buy a dozen books by the many cat whisperers, cat gurus and cat therapists that exist in our feline-obsessed modern world, but their accumulated wisdom would probably not help you understand your cats – where they've come from, what they want from you, and where they might be going, if we're not careful – as well as Cat Sense.
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