Oh, can't wait to read this one. My cat is definitely goofy, if not
You can't bounce the bounce if you can't pronounce the bounce. --From The Tigger Movie
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Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Book submitted: Is Your Cat Crazy?
For Kelly and the other feline fanciers on the list. This is unedited, I
know I was bad, didn't prevalidate at all, but... smile, better to be up now
than well, who knows.
So... this .rtf needs, junk chars removed, spelling checked and of course,
being the person I was at the time, the last twenty or so pages need a page
break added. As I turned on one page mode to recognize the bak cover not
thinking that it wasn't done recognizing the rest of the book.
Besides that I found it enjoyable as a read, the parts I read.
If no one wants to take on this challenge let it sit and I shall get to it eventually, though I have about fifty others ahead of it, so, might not be very soon.
Is Your Cat Crazy? Solutions from the cases of a cat therapist
From the Book Jacket:
and easy-to follow book...about living with cats and enjoying them. John E.
Saidla, DVM, Director of Continuing Education, College of Veterinary
Medicine, Cornell University
Is Your Cat Crazy? provides feline fans with a wealth of practical
information and entertaining stories drawn from Dr. Wright's long practice
making housecalls on dysfunctional cats.
Along with helpful suggestions on how to cope with the most common behavior
problems, he shows cat owners how and when to pick out a new kitten, what
determines a cat's personality, how to deal with multiple cats, and what
works and doesn't work when it comes to kitty "discipline." Whether the
problem is strange eating habits or disdain for the litter box, aggression
or post-traumatic stress, Is Your Cat Crazy? will help restore order to a
JOHN C. WRIGHT, Ph.D., a pioneer in the field of applied animal behavior, is
professor of psychology at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia. One of the
Certified Animal Behaviorists in the country, he has a private practice in
which he serves as a consultant to veterinarians and cat and dog owners.
Shelley L. Rhodes and Judson, guiding golden juddysbuddy@xxxxxxxxxxxx Guide Dogs For the Blind Inc. Graduate Advisory Council www.guidedogs.com
The vision must be followed by the venture. It is not enough to stare up the steps - we must step up the stairs.
-- Vance Havner
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