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

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Irresistible stories of how a leading animal behaviorist diagnoses and treats cat behavior problems

Considered one of the country's leading animal behaviorists, Dr. John Wright has spent the last decade making house calls on problem pets. He diagnoses the cause of the problem behavior and then works with owners to find an appropriate treatment. This book, an engaging accoun

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Hardcover, 227 pages
Published August 1st 1994 by Howell Book House
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Laurie
This book explains a lot about why cats do what they do, and how to work with that so that the cats behave in ways acceptable to humans. Written in an easy to read style, the author takes us on a tour of the world as seen by the cat. Cats are hardwired in some ways, and to ignore this fact is to face failure in dealing with them. Thankfully, what a cat needs is usually not unreasonable and is fairly easy to provide. The authors give concrete advice in anecdotal style. Good reading for anyone wit ...more
Selkie
The answer is YES! She was, & still is despite the great suggestions in this book...but I am sure that in less extreme cases it would be a helpful guide to other cat owners.
Lily
This book inspired me to become an animal behaviorist. Also I learned a few things (any cat problems? READ THIS).
Cindra
Yep, all 17 are crazy. But not as crazy as their owner....
Rebecca
Some helpful tips, though nothing I hadn't heard before. The one thing I had the hardest time with is that the author didn't realize until half way through the book that female cats are "spayed" not "neutered"; something an "expert" should really know...
Suzie
Great book on cat behavior. I think I own it, or I lent it to someone. Can't find it right now.
lilia
miss emi for sure está loca.
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John C. Wright (John Charles Justin Wright, born 1961) is an American author of science fiction and fantasy novels. A Nebula award finalist (for the fantasy novel Orphans of Chaos), he was called "this fledgling century's most important new SF talent" by Publishers Weekly (after publication of his debut novel, The Golden Age).
More about John C. Wright...
The Golden Age (Golden Age #1) Orphans of Chaos (Chronicles of Chaos, #1) The Phoenix Exultant (Golden Age, #2) The Golden Transcendence (Golden Age, #3) Fugitives of Chaos (Chronicles of Chaos, #2)

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