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John Bradshaw can do no wrong, as far as I am concerned. His intelligent, easy style is a pleasure to read. He is never cloying, over sentimental, or patronising. He evidently has a great deal of respect for cats, and everyone who has responsibility for one of these delightful creatures would do well to read everything he has ever written on the subject. This book is an interesting and entertaining look at how to put the most into your relationship with your little chum, thus enabling him or her to get the most out of life. Well worth reading. As a life-long cat hater, I have totally changed my position and become the more than willing slave to a Bengal. Because he is confined to barracks, I have spent many, many hours reading about cat psychology and behaviour to make sure I am as well equipped as possible to provide a happy and interesting home for my feline companion, and this is the latest book in my library
Excellent guide to cat behaviour and the reasons for it, leading to appropriate training methods to try. An interesting read if you want to learn about cat behaviour even if you don't intend training yours.
A truly excellent book, by a pair of incredibly knowledgeable experts. It's presented in a reafable, easy-to-follow format. It's suitable for cat owners & professionals alike. In fact everyone who lives or works with cats should read this brilliant book (& they will enjoy it too!)