Have you ever wondered why your cats behave the way they do? This authoritative guide has all the answers!
Cats are weird, and sometimes their behavior can leave you scratching your head. Discover what’s really behind those things cats do – whether they’re amusing, irritating or just downright bizarre.
What’s My Cat Thinking will help cat lovers unlock the secret code of cats for a deeper connection with the feline in your life. Inside, you’ll find:
• Accurate descriptions of behavior will help you understand your cat’s body language nuances and act accordingly.
• Covers a range of breeds.
• A fun book for cat people that delivers practical, helpful advice from acknowledged experts on a range of tricky or puzzling cat behaviors.
Have you ever wondered why your cat sleeps on your keyboard, why they bully the dog or why they insist on drinking from the bathroom tap — or if they even like you? Cats (unlike the dogs they look down on) are not always easy to understand. This cat psychology book will show you that they do show their feelings, albeit subtly, in the way they relate to you, other animals and their home environment.
Stunning illustrations of a wide range of breeds and informative text will help you understand your cat's body language, so you know when they are happy and when they aren’t! Aside from learning to understand your cat, this guide includes “catwatching” spreads that provide helpful tips and advice on dealing with some common kitty challenges like moving home and introducing a new cat into the family. So when they are sitting on your head at 4 a.m., you will at least know why!
Jo Lewis is an award-winning Feline Veterinary Surgeon and director of the The Cat Vet. With a lifelong love of cats, Jo has more than 20 years of experience working in feline veterinary medicine and is an active member of the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM). She set up The Cat Vet to devote her career to genuinely making a difference to the health and well-being of cats by bringing routine veterinary care to the place where cats feel most at ease: their own home.