Cats For Dummies book cover

Cats For Dummies

Authors:
Lauren Demos ,
Gina Spadafori ,
Paul D. Pion
Published: March 31, 2020

Overview

Everything you need to take care of your feline friend 

Cats are the purrfect pets: they’re relatively easy to care for, a blast to play with, and sure to win the heart of every member of your family with their loving nature—and sometimes sassy demeanor!

Cats For Dummies gives you expert insight into everything from cat behavior to what makes each type of feline unique. With this easy-to-understand guide, you'll be able to tackle those tough cat-astrophes from dealing with problem behaviors like scratching the furniture and missing the litter box—all while learning to understand what your cat is trying to tell you.

  • Happily bring a cat or kitten into your life
  • Keep your new four-legged family member comfortable and safe
  • Live a happy feline-friendly life
  • Keep your cat in prime health

Whether you're looking to get your first kitten or adopt a senior cat, this book covers all the basics of feline cat care.

Everything you need to take care of your feline friend 

Cats are the purrfect pets: they’re relatively easy to care for, a blast to play with, and sure to win the heart of every member of your family with their loving nature—and sometimes sassy demeanor!

Cats For Dummies gives you expert insight into everything from cat behavior to what makes each type of feline unique. With this easy-to-understand guide, you'll be able to tackle those tough cat-astrophes from dealing

with problem behaviors like scratching the furniture and missing the litter box—all while learning to understand what your cat is trying to tell you.

  • Happily bring a cat or kitten into your life
  • Keep your new four-legged family member comfortable and safe
  • Live a happy feline-friendly life
  • Keep your cat in prime health

Whether you're looking to get your first kitten or adopt a senior cat, this book covers all the basics of feline cat care.

Cats For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Caring for a cat takes more than just the love you have for your feline friend. You have to make the effort to learn about and prepare for health-related issues that you may encounter. You also need to get in the habit of practicing preventive care, and you must be ready (and have the means) to take your cat to your veterinarian when emergency care is required. [caption id="attachment_268989" align="alignnone" width="556"] © ANURAK PONGPATIMET/Shutterstock.com[/caption]