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From pediatrics to geriatrics, it offers a complete spectrum of health and disease information, written in layman's language, and organized for instant reference.
Home Emergency and Medical Kit.
Chapter 1: Emergencies.
Chapter 2: Worms (Intestinal Parasites).
Chapter 3: Infectious Diseases.
Chapter 4: Skin.
Chapter 5: Eyes.
Chapter 6: Ears.
Chapter 7: Nose.
Chapter 8: Mouth and Throat (Oropharynx).
Chapter 9: Digestive System.
Chapter 10: Respiratory System.
Chapter 11: Circulatory System.
Chapter 12: Nervous System.
Chapter 13: Musculoskeletal System.
Chapter 14: Urinary System.
Chapter 15: Sex and Reproduction.
Chapter 16: Pregnancy and Kittening.
Chapter 17: Pediatrics.
Chapter 18: Feeding and Nutrition.
Chapter 19: Feline Behavior and Training.
Chapter 20: Tumors and Cancers.
Chapter 21: Geriatrics.
Chapter 22: Drugs and Medications.
Chapter 23: Antibiotics and Infections.
Appendix: Things to Know.
Normal Physiologic Data.
Cat Fancy and Registration Organizations.
Guide for Buying a Healthy Kitten.
Index of Tables and Charts.
Posted September 9, 2005
I kept seeing this book recommended on many cat sites. When I browsed through it in the store I knew it was a must have for me. I strongly recommend buying this book if you own a cat.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 17, 2003
The ¿Cat Owners Handbook¿ is a great backup for the advice that your cat¿s veterinarian gives you. I am looking forward to a revised edition that includes updated information about FIV and Feline Diabetes.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 27, 2000
I commonly refer this book to new cat owners. I have over 20 years working with cats (owner, foster, rescue) and have used this manual on many occasions. It covers a variety of topics necessary to be a responsible cat care giver.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 24, 2000
Anyone who cares for a cat must own this book! I have eight cats, and I wouldn't be without my veterinary handbook. It is informative enough to provide a strong home-diagnosis and treatment, but simple enough for the cat-illiterate to use. It contains a complete index, plus an index of signs and symptoms you can use to identify the cat's ailment. Contains invaluable advice for everthing from the emergency treatment of an injured cat to administering medications that your vet has given you to maintaining a happy, well-cared for animal. It even has instructions on bathing and grooming your cat properly, and it is FULL of detailed pictures! A must-have tool for every cat-lover!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.