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Is Your Cat Crazy? Solutions from the Casebook of a Cat Therapist

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Is Your Cat Crazy? Solutions from the Casebook of a Cat Therapist
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Winner! 1995 Best Instructional Nonfiction Book --Cat Writers' Association "This is a delightful, practical, well-written, sensible, and easy-to-follow book.about living with cats and enjoying them." -- John E. Saidla, DVM, Director of Continuing Education, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University Is Your Cat Crazy? provides feline fans with a wealth of practical information and entertaining stories drawn from Dr. Wright's long practice making housecalls on dysfunctional cats. Along with helpful suggestions on how to cope with the most common behavior problems, he shows cat owners how and when to pick out a new kitten, what determines a cat's personality, how to deal with multiple cats, and what works and doesn't work when it comes to kitty "discipline." Whether the problem is strange eating habits or disdain for the litter box, aggression or post-traumatic stress, Is Your Cat Crazy? will help restore order to a cat-crazy home.

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BindingPaperback
EAN9780028608389
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LabelMacmillan
List Price$13.95
ManufacturerMacmillan
Product GroupBook
Product Type NameABIS_BOOK
PublisherMacmillan
SKUPNN4428536
StudioMacmillan
TitleIs Your Cat Crazy? Solutions from the Casebook of a Cat Therapist
UPC021898608383
Number Of Items1
AuthorJudi Wright Lashnits
Dewey Decimal Number636.8089689142
LanguagesEnglish
Number Of Pages227
Publication Date1996-03
ISBN0028608380
Edition1st
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