Cats Behaving Badly

Cats Behaving Badly

Why Cats Do the Naughty Things They Do

Book - 2012
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Drawing on her years of experience as a pet agony aunt on the pages of the Daily Telegraph, Celia Haddon unravels the mysteries of cat behaviour and dispenses tips and advice to help readers make their cats happy.
Publisher: New York : Thomas Dunne Books, 2012, c2010
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
Description: x, 245 p. ill. ; 19 cm
ISBN: 9781250003720
Branch Call Number: 636.8 Had


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Nov 19, 2017

UK cat behaviourist and prolific author shares insights about cats with a dash of humour. I laughed out loud at the long list of how cats show their human that it's time to wake up (p. 38). Many worthwhile tips and interesting "cat facts."

This book is great! I have had 9 cats over the past for 30 years and I have learned a lot from this book. It offers great insight into how they think and how you can shape their behaviors. I am going to buy this book!

Oct 03, 2012

Repetitive and not all that useful.


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Dec 08, 2017

"Even in the love affair between humans and cats, the path of true love never did run smooth. We fall in love with a cat, lavish him with kindness, let him sleep on the bed, take the best chair, and sometimes he treats us merely with disdain. Cats are the natural Mr. Darcy to our Elizabeth; their sense of superiority is only too clear, but somehow it attracts us." (p. 87)

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