“Cat Wrangling Made Easy is a ‘must read’ for frustrated multi-cat owners, as well as those who want to prevent problems. Rainbolt dishes out solid, practical advice covering everything from alternative litter to zoonotic diseases. She thoroughly discusses litter box mishaps, establishing a kitty diplomatic corps and giving each cat enough love and attention; all that info is presented with a generous side order of humor." Dr. Marty Becker, resident veterinarian on ABC TV’s Good Morning America, host of PBS's "The Pet Doctor", nationally syndicated newspaper columnist with Pet Connection from Universal Press Syndicate, author of 14 books including 3 NY Times bestsellers, and Companion Animal Veterinarian of the Year (2002)
"Dusty Rainbolt's invaluable guide for multi-cat households offers an encyclopedia's worth of expertise helpful for any cat owner. Laced with easily digestible info tidbits, the sprightly and humorous text ensures that readers will be able to address any cat behavior problem under the sun." Carole Nelson Douglas, author of Cat in Red Hot Rage, latest in the Midnight Louie mystery series
Scientists maintain cats became domesticated some 7,000 to 9,000 years ago - the last of our domesticated animals. Truth be known, cats condescended to allow humans the pleasure of their company when our fires looked warm and inviting. Today, about 80 million cats share their lives with us, many in multiple cat households. And, as most of we mere humans know, two (or more) cats are easier than one - except for those occasions involving differences of opinion, territorial claims, or introducing a new cat or kitten to the home.
Dusty Rainbolt's talent for "all things cat" gives us a very readable book that is not only informative but entertaining as well. Read it to solve current problems, or more importantly, read it to avoid problems in the future. Pam DelaBar, Lieutenant Colonel, USA (ret.), President, Cat Fanciers' Association, Inc., President, World Cat Congress, President, CFA Disaster Relief Fund, Inc
Everyone who has a multi-cat home will find this book entertaining and informative. Fred W. Scott, DVM, PhD, Interim Director, Cornell Feline Health Center