Your New Cat: An Expert Answers Your Every Question

Your New Cat: An Expert Answers Your Every Question

by Kim Campbell Thornton

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Your New Cat: An Expert Answers Your Every Question by Kim Campbell Thornton

Bringing a new cat into your life is an exciting time. You want to provide for your cat, establish a relationship with him, and learn how to live together happily. But you have so many questions about how to integrate a cat into your life while taking care of his needs. Whether you bring home a cuddly kitten or a mature cat, Your New Cat has all the answers you need. Written in a Q&A format, information is easy to find under each of 15 topical chapters

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781931868037
Publisher: Capital Books, Incorporated
Publication date: 01/28/2004
Series: Pets Are Family Too Series
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 5.56(w) x 8.52(h) x 0.57(d)

About the Author

Kim Campbell Thornton is an award-winning pet writer and cat expert. She has published 14 books on cats and dogs, including Your Aging Cat and Why Do Cats Do That? She is a past president of Cat Writers Association of America, the winner of the Muse Medallion and winner of a special award for writing from Cat Writers Association of America. She is a frequent contributor to the AKC Gazette, Cat Fancy, Cats USA, Critters USA, Pet Product News, and Veterinary Practice Staff. In addition, Kim has won several writing awards from Dog Writers Association of America, including the Maxwell award. She lives in Lake Forest, California with her husband, 1 cat, 3 dogs, and 1 bird.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. Making Sure You're Ready for a Cat
2. Knowing Where to Find Your Cat
3. Choosing Your New Cat
4. Shopping for Your New Cat
5. Preparing Your Home for Your New Cat
6. Starting Life with Your New Cat
7. Dealing with Your New Cat's Health Issues
8. Feeding Your New Cat
9. Grooming Your New Cat
10. Teaching Your New Cat
11. Dealing with Your New Cat's Emotional Issues
12. Exercising Your New Cat
13. Socializing Your New Cat
14. Housetraining Your New Cat
15. Sharing Your Life With Your New Cat

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