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125 Most Asked Questions about Cats

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Now there is one definitive reference that cat lovers can turn to answer all of the questions that they may have. The 125 Most Asked Questions About Cats (And the Answers) contains all of the information that you need from selecting a breed for purchase, giving your cat first aid, diet, and exercise. Understand your cat from head to tail with this indispensable guide.
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published June 1st 1999 by MJF Books
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Cindy
Sep 10, 2007 Cindy rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: trivia fans
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Why do people fear black cats? How often should a cat be bathed? Do cats dream? Why do cats purr? How much privacy do cats need? Why do cats have whiskers?

If you like cats, this book answers all kinds of questions. We just adopted a stray, and although I had cats as a child, I found out that I really didn't know much about cat care or cat behavior. I found this book very interesting. But it wasn't really informative. Most questions are answered in a page or less. I recommend it as a quick read,
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