Arranged in chapters covering physical characteristics, senses, life cycle, and behavior, Cats features a huge range of breeds from all around the world. Why do cats purr? How much can you learn about a cat's mood from the direction it flicks its tail? How do cats show trust with their eyes? Why do cats rub against their owners' legs? From Siamese to Russian Blue, Manx to American Bobtail, Burmese to Bombay, the book expertly explores and celebrates this most beloved pet. With fascinating captions on every page, even cat lovers will learn something new. Cats is a brilliant examination in outstanding color photographs.
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About the Author
Julianna Photopoulos is a science writer and filmmaker. She has written for various print and online publications including New Scientist, BBC Focus magazine, and Nature, and has been involved in several natural-history documentaries for the BBC and National Geographic. As a biology graduate, she has worked in genetics and in dolphin and whale research.