Modern life takes its toll on felines, as Baker and Geyer aptly demonstrate in this comic guide to help cat owners identifyand survivetheir pets' eccentricities.
|Publisher:||Grand Central Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||4.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.54(d)|
About the Author
Stephen Baker is the author of twenty one books, including How to Live with a Neurotic Cat. A former advertising creative director and columnist for Advertising Age, Baker is now president of his own advertising and marketing firm in New York City.
Table of Contents
1 What Makes a Cat Neurotic?
2 Keeping Your Neurotic Cat Amused
3 Training the Neurotic Cat
4 Sleeping Habits of the Neurotic Cat
5 How to Feed the Neurotic Cat
6 Grooming the Neurotic Cat
7 Your Dog and the Neurotic Cat
8 How to Analyze Your Neurotic Cat at Home
9 Can the Neurotic Cat Be Cured?
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A quick read, mildly humorous, but ultimately pointless. If you have nothing better to read or are completely and uttery bored, hten by all means pick this one up! I believe it is mostly a waste of time and paper.
We learned a few things about our cats that will help us understand them more.
Even if you don't have a cat, this one is just plain funny to read.
'How to Live with a Neurotic Cat' is one of the funniest books I have ever read. Just read it and you'll see what I mean!
it has to be the funniest book that i have ever read. anyone out there looking for a good laugh read this.
Even though you are not a cat lover you must read this book! It's worth reading and it won't let you down :-)