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

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 beg

  • Title: The Cat Whisperer: The Secret of How to Talk to Your Cat
  • Author: Claire Bessant
  • ISBN: 9780764121654
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 proBritain 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 Bessant explores in detail is her method of entering a cat s world through its sensessight, touch, hearing, smell, taste, and that indefinable feline sixth sense Readers will also find information on cat vocal and body language, feline traits determined by genetics, ways of measuring feline intelligence, training techniques, and much The book s final 50 page chapter is an A to Z compendium of cat behavior problems and their solutions This must read volume for cat lovers includes an eight page insert of beautiful full color photos.

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    1. Claire Bessant, in using the name"The Cat Whisperer" for her book, gave me the hope that she might be on par with Dog Whisperer, Cesar Milan, but, in my opinion, she has no business claiming to be *any* type of cat expert. I understand that she is from the U.K. where the majority of cats are mostly outdoor, however she makes it sound as though "permanently indoor cats i.e. 'confined cats'", (as she refers to them) are "living unfulfilled and unnatural lives", and only briefly mentions the fact t [...]

    2. I really enjoyed this book but a good deal of it was information that I already knew from many years of owning cats. Enough was new and interesting to make it a fun read. I recommend it!

    3. Not exactly what I was hoping for, but if you love cats it's interesting enough. I wanted to know why, for example, Angus sings after dinner, why he nibbles my knee cap when I let him in at night, why he grooms my finger nails the book didn't go into those little idiosyncrasies. A pity. Nevertheless it has it's place on the ever-groaning bookshelf.

    4. An interesting read, with all sorts of facts about cat behaviour and personality, some of which were new to me.

    5. Read as i got a new addition to my little family a feral 5 week old kitten named Cleo! So wanted to know more about cats good book :)

    6. A very readable and clearly written book for all those who own and/or love cats. Lots of good information and ideas.

    7. I expected this book to be very gimmicky but it really pleasantly surprised me. The author does an incredible job of describing a cat's senses and how cats physically perceive the world. She also shares a lot of fun facts about cats. For instance, cats can stand much warmer temperatures than humans. Humans start avoiding heat at 115F while cats aren't bothered until 126F. Apparently, the only parts of a cats body which are sensitive to heat are it's nose and upperlip, which it uses as a kitten t [...]

    8. as a self confessed cat fanatic I really loved this book. I started reading it to learn about some of the wacky ways of our gorgeous domestic cat (as we care for some feral cats too) but I quickly became engrossed in it as it started answering questions about our gorgeous little army in general. the only downside is that I think the pics would be easier to view in a paperback (as opposed to the kindle version which I have).

    9. معلومات عامة عن القطط و بيئتها و تكوينها الجسدي و شخصيتها المتفردة عن باقي أنواع الحيوانات تضع خطوات ممتعة و إرشادات في كيفية التعامل و العناية اليومية مع كل صنف من القطط  تناقش عن الذكاء و الموهبة لدى القطط و أساليب تدريبها على الطاعة و اللعبتذكر أبرز مشكلاتها السلوكية الش [...]

    10. Should I have read this before I even bought a cat, I might have understood more how cat talks. I'm still rating it 2 stars just because I think I have a different way of understanding my cat and loving him as my own child plus the fact that the book did not give me the connection that I was expecting.

    11. Very informative and also entertaining. It does not give you miraculous tips on how to "talk" to your cat but it brings light into plenty of cat behaviours so you can understand them better. It got a little repetitive in the end but I enjoyed the relaxed tone of the book, particularly that it didn't felt like the author was preaching arrogantly.

    12. While quite informative, this book was spoiled for me by the tone of the author. She, it seems to me, has a "bone to pick" with dogs in general. Pun intended. She is constantly comparing cats and dogs which is really pointless in my opinion. Also, she mentions several times different researches without giving any reference. "An American researchblah blah blah". No name.

    13. Bought a copy for friends who have adopted a pair of kittens. The best guide to owning cats I've come across.

    14. Nothing much new for me, but I would recommend this book to help cat owners, just starting with a new pet, or just read for fun.

    15. An excellent book for those who have cats. A good guide to what they mean when they meoew and what the tail position means. A decent enjoyable read.

    16. This author shares her observed secrets of the cat world and teaches you how to communicate with your kitty. I know it sounds like i'm crazy, but it works!! meow, meow!

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