Have you ever wondered what your cat is trying to tell you when they behave in a certain way? Do you want to know what makes a cat happy and how to tell if they are ok?
Written by Japan’s leading cat doctor, Dr. Yuki Hattori, What Cats Want combines clear, practical advice with charming illustrations to help cat owners fully understand the mysterious behaviour of their feline friends.
Find out why cats love nothing better than to climb into tiny spaces or perch up high, and how to respect your cat’s routine from day through to late night. Purrfect for cat parents and cat lovers alike, learn how to interpret meows and tail flicks, among other behaviours, to fully appreciate what kitty is trying to say.
There’s also useful information on foods to avoid and looking out for ailments, plus creating a cat-friendly home, avoiding hazards, and caring for cats at certain stages of their lives.
Did you know that cats are very good at detecting high pitched sounds and can hear things we can’t detect? That’s why when your cat appears to be staring into space they are actually listening to something we can’t hear, such as an insect’s wing beating or the sound of a small rodent. Eek!
When you know how to read your cat, you’ll discover that every expression, however insignificant, has a meaning – and you’ll never look at your cat in the same way again!
What Cats Want by Dr. Yuki Hattori. Published by Bloomsbury, priced £12.99 (hardback)
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