Kitten Taming: Train Your Cat's Inner Tiger
by David Taylor
When you see a kitten in action, wildly tearing around the house, climbing up the curtains, and pouncing on shadows, you’ll have no doubt in your mind that he is most definitely the relative of a lion. Fear not, you don’t need any whips or chains to tame your crazy kitty! Filled with adorable photos and easy-to-follow advice, Kitten Taming is a helpful quick-reference book...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published May 5th 2009 by Thunder Bay Press
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This is both a very cute and practical book. This book gives you basic and core information about kittens. I have a kitten myself, and I got this book to teach my kitten commands like "stay" and "come here". I like the photos in the book, as well as the how-to section. To train kittens, the book has two of the best methods listed: positive reinforcement and clicker training. Positive reinforcement is one of the best ways to train pets. This is a five star book for me.
DAVID TAYLOR has written for Smithsonian, the Washington Post, the the Christian Science Monitor and elsewhere. His documentary work has appeared on the Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, the Learning Channel, PBS, and National Geographic. He lives in Alexandria, Virginia."More about David Taylor...