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Great reading for 2009! All I Need to Know I Learned from My Cat. By Suzy Becker

Thursday, 01 January 2009 22:53

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Reveiew By an Amazon.com Customer

This book was a gift from my Mom and I've read it over and over throughout the years when I need to remind myself not to take life too seriously (Why should I? My cat doesn't!). I'm going to order one for a very dear friend of mine who is also a cat "freak".

This book speaks volumes on how easy life can be if we just take time to "eat the flowers" and relax. Life holds many great and small mysteries that we all need to explore instead of rushing through trying get to what we think is most important (and it usually isn't!).

I highly recommend this book to cat lovers and "others" alike!

Check out this great book at AMAZON!

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Book Review: Chicken and Cat Clean Up by Sara Varon.

Tuesday, 23 December 2008 23:36

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Perfect for the young Cat Lover and just in time for the holiday's.

In this volume, a 40-page hardcover for $16.99 aimed at ages 4-8, Chicken runs a housecleaning service in New York City. Cat works with Chicken, but Cat is clumsy and causes accidents, wanting to play instead of work. It’s only when Cat plays to his strengths that he’s recognized for his help. The full-color pages are calm and welcoming in their cool pastels. This new book is a sequel to Chicken and Cat, which came out a couple of years ago from Scholastic.

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Book Review: The Cat Bible: Everything Your Cat Expects You to Know

Friday, 28 November 2008 22:15

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Editorial Review

 

The only fully comprehensive guide to “all things feline,” from the host of Cat Chat on Martha Stewart Living Radio. 


Finally, a definitive book that delivers many unknown facts about every aspect of caring for and sharing your life with a cat, ranging from proper nutrition and strange behavior to medical care and multi-cat households, to grooming and geriatrics. The Cat Bible explains the mysteries of feline behavior to owners who are devoted to their cats without being able to fully understand them. It offers straightforward solutions to the problems that cause people to give up their cats, many of which are preventable, including litter box avoidance, furniture scratching, and physical ailments. 


There are more than 90 million American households that count cats as family members, but they are a vastly underserved population, devoted to their kitties, yet bereft of all the public attention, programming, and print devoted to dogs. Now, bestselling author and investigative journalist Tracie Hotchner offers them The Cat Bible, with straightforward, fact-filled solutions to health and behavior problems, based on years of research into the real reasons behind these issues. In the same warm, straightforward style that attracts devoted listeners to her radio shows, Tracie tackles controversial topics such as the truth about commercial dry pet foods and their dangers, bringing readers the latest facts on every topic that affects a feline’s well-being. --This text refers to the Paperback edition. 


About the Author
Tracie Hotchner is the author of The Dog Bible: Everything Your Dog Wants You to Know (Gotham Books, 2005) and the million-copy bestseller Pregnancy & Childbirth, for which she appeared on national talk shows ranging from Today to Oprah. Tracie’s two areas of pet expertise have made her a national radio personality twice over, and she hosts two live, weekly call-in shows: Cat Chat on Martha Stewart Living Radio and Dog Talk, her own NPR show, produced by WLIU.FM at Southampton College. 

 

 

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Book Review: Dump Him, Marry the Cat!

Friday, 28 November 2008 19:47

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What can a cat offer a woman that a man cannot? Well, for starters, a kittie comes home when he's called, doesn't steal the blankets, helps clean the dishes and never misses the toilet! These are just the beginnings of why a woman is wise to lose her man and marry the cat instead. This humorous book matches color photos with all the witty wisdom of this very logical way of thinking, including the facts that cats forgive all mistakes, don't pick fights, have lots of hair and don't channel surf. Who needs a man when you can get all this and hugs and kisses on demand?
 

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