Talk to your Cat
How to Communicate With your PetBook - 2005
It takes more than an imitation "meow" to talk with a cat. These intelligent and feisty creatures have minds of their own, so communication can become frustrating--as 77 million owners have discovered. But with this expert advice, and aided by drawings and photos, cat owners can become experts in feline psychology. They'll learn how to interpret a cat's body movements, facial expressions, and vocalizations, understand just what kitty is saying--and know the best way to respond. Find out what power touch has for cats, and how a massage or a cheek rub can forge a much closer relationship with the animal. There's also a look at felines large and small, including wild cats, because their natural life reveals many interesting facets of the domesticated version's personality.
Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub. Co., c2005
Branch Call Number: 636.8 G82645t
Characteristics: 144 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm