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The Nine Emotional Lives of Cats: A Journey into the Feline Heart

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2006

    Excellent Read

    This was a refreshing type of book for cat lovers. It delves into the most mysterious place on the most mysterious creatures on earth: cat's emotions. Many people think that cats are without emotion except fear, anger, or narcissism. (All of these emotions are talked about in the book.) What is good about this book is that Masson leaves the reader to interpret certain emotions in cats, he just spices them up with incredibly interesting personal anecdotes. All of us cat lovers always that cats were much more complex and sophisticated than the scientific establishment believes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2004

    Wonderful!

    An excellent book! What I didn't already know about cats, I learned in this book. It delves deep into the history of cats, how they evolved as solitary creatures, thus explaining a large part of their behavior. My sole complaint would have to be the author's tendency to compare cats to dogs. As a cat person, who understands their personalities and behaviors, I had hoped he would stray from this. Cats should be addressed as a separate species, not always compared to dogs. Apart from that, this book was full of great facts that kept me hooked. It was an excellent read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2002

    CATS and DOGS

    Omgosh, I LOVED this book. I bought it after reading it in the library. This world is made of of creatures. These creatures are animals.....cats and dogs. TO find out more about these precious pets, read this book. Read this book!!!!!!!

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