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The Cornell Book of Cats: The Comprehensive and Authoritative Medical Reference for Every Cat and Kitten

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Thoroughly updated and revised, a complete feline medical reference furnishes timely imformation on cat nutrition, reproduction, genetics, first aid, breeds, anatomy, medical advances, preventive care, and more. 25,000 first printing.
Hardcover, 496 pages
Published May 13th 1997 by Villard (first published December 23rd 1989)
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Pam
Jan 19, 2012 Pam rated it 5 of 5 stars
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A must have for all cat owners, this book addresses all aspects of cat ownership from acquistion, behavior, nutrition and medical issues. An excellent resource to reference when you are wondering if a cat behavior needs medical attention or not. This book will also help clarify what your vet said during the consultation.
James
A non-trivial text that explores the biology of cats and their ailments in detail. This book would serve a veternarian well as a desk reference. It can give cat owners with a modicum of biological knowlege valuable insight into the care of their cat.
anie
Hohoho.. ternyata cuman ada 1 edisi saja dan saya mendapatkan buku aslinya di stand buku impor for only 70 rb (terharu)...wishing me have a lot of happy cats
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I actually have the 1989 version.
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Mordecai Siegal authored numerous pet books and wrote pet columns for House Beautiful, Good Housekeeping, Women's World, and goodnewsforpets.com. Often the master of ceremonies at pet events, Mordecai was an entertaining public speaker as well as a writer.

Mr. Siegal had a caller-interview radio show, Vets and Pets, on WNYC.

He was a founding member of the Cat Writers' Association and president em
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