Tell Your Cat You're Pregnant: An Essential Guide for Cat Owners Who Are Expecting a Baby (Includes Downloadable MP3 Sounds) (CD Not Included)

Tell Your Cat You're Pregnant: An Essential Guide for Cat Owners Who Are Expecting a Baby (Includes Downloadable MP3 Sounds) (CD Not Included)

by Lewis Kirkham

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Tell Your Cat You're Pregnant: An Essential Guide for Cat Owners Who Are Expecting a Baby (Includes Downloadable MP3 Sounds) (CD Not Included) by Lewis Kirkham

Do you have a much-loved cat? Your 'fur kid'?
Are you expecting or trying for a baby? Does your cat know?
Do you want to learn how to best prepare your cat for the new addition?
Tell Your Cat You're Pregnant is filled with easy-to-read, practical advice for creating a loving bond between your cat and new baby. This book and included downloadable sounds provides the latest behavioral knowledge and extensive information about transitioning to a larger, harmonious family. It is a must-read for any cat-owning couple expecting a baby - your cat and baby's future relationship may just depend on it.Learn how to:
Prepare your cat for your baby;
Accustom your cat to a variety of baby and toy sounds;
Protect you and your baby from cat illnesses, including toxoplasmosis;
Read and interpret your cat's body language;
Introduce your cat and baby for the first time;
Adjust your routine and the household to keep your cat calm.
Highly recommended by veterinarians, obstetricians, pediatricians and midwives.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780987053084
Publisher: Little Creatures Publishing
Publication date: 08/17/2015
Pages: 214
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)

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Tell Your Cat You're Pregnant: An Essential Guide for Cat Owners Who Are Expecting a Baby (Includes Downloadable MP3 Sounds) (CD Not Included) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
ZoeW25 More than 1 year ago
Daisy our cat is a real handful! whenever she gets anxious or something different happens in our house she wees outside the litter box. I was worried how she would cope with addition of a new baby as she definitely doesn't like it when other children come and visit. Thank goodness I got this book - it gave me step-by-step instructions on how to prpeare her and had a whole chapter on prevention of weeing outside the litter box. Just the perfect book and 'must-have' for anyone pregnant who owns a cat.
JoH35 More than 1 year ago
Highly recommend this great book, written in a very user friendly way. Anyone who has a cat that is part of the family is anxious about how the addition of a baby is going to work. It has sections on the things I was worried about like Toxoplasmosis, babies being smothered by cats and cat fur. The fact that the book is written by a vet, especially one with further qualifications and expertise in Animal behavior gives you confidence in the advice given and helps to put your mind at ease that your worries are normal and there are simple practical things you can do to ensure the experience is a good one for all. I have recently given this book to a friend who was worried about her 5 cats!! (she is pregnant with a long awaited first child) and she has also found it very reassuring and worthwhile
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Must have for cat owners! Information for expecting parents is excellent but can apply to other situations, not just a new baby. Highly recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
All the myths about cats and babies explained! I was worried how my cat would be when George came along. Everyone in my family had told me about all the scary things that supposedly do to babies - smothering, asthma, scratching eyes out etc.... Luckily this book went through all these things one by one totally making sure that Miffy could remain part of the family. Thank you Dr Kirkham!