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Allen & Linda Anderson The authors are founders of the Angel Animals Network, inspirational speakers, and authors of many other books. Their focus in this and all of their books is the deep soul connection between cats and humans. This is a collection of true stories about cats helping their humans through comfort, protection, and love.
Jeanne Adlon & Susan Logan Foreword by Jim Davis Jeanne Adlon can boast of being New York City's very first full-time cat sitter. Her adventures are amazing, and make for some delightful browsing. But she also offers, along with her co-author Susan Logan, some important facts about cats and and issues all owners should know.
Margaret and Michael Korda Margaret and Michael are entertaining writers and people who love their animal family, which makes this a delightful read. They also have good taste in books (their epigraph is a quote from our very own SEPARATE LIFETIMES). In all, an entertaining book that cat people will especially love.
Celia Haddon Why do cats do such naughty things? Written by one of today's foremost feline experts (yes, there is such a thing), this book provides practical solutions to many perplexing situations that only cats can dream up.
Helen Brown From the bestselling author of Cleo comes this memoir of life with a Siamese whose intense blue gaze kept Ms. Brown wrapped around his little paw. Demonstrating the grace of a trapeze artist, Jonah seduced the house hold with his daredevil antics and heart-melting purr.
John Bradshaw (author of Dog Sense) 300 pp., hardcover with jacket, photos For those of us who have both cats and dogs in our lives, the differences are obvious, but still hard to explain. John Bradshaw, an anthrozoologist and bestselling author of DOG SENSE, dives into the science and history behind the domestic cat and provides amazing insight into our...
Edited by Megan McMorris So forget the crazy cat lady stereotype and read about some truly cat-crazed writers who immortalize their own feline companions in this wonderful, funny, heartrending essays. A great gift for your cat-loving girl friends.
Helen Brown Helen Brown suffers a tragedy no one ever wants to go through, but the little black kitten she reluctantly adopts manages to bring joy into a household that had sunk into sadness. "An absolute must." —Cat World
May Sarton This classic cat book is about Tom Jones, May Sarton's own cat. Prior to meeting Sarton, Tom was a nameless Cat About Town. He tires of the tom cat life, however, and chooses to become a genuine Fur Person. "A charming book that cares for the prodigious cat dignity it describes so well."—Harvard Crimson
Gwen Cooper The last thing Gwen Cooper wanted was another cat.She already had two, not to mention a phenomenally underpaying job and a recently broken heart. Then Gwen's veterinarian called with a story about a three-week-old eyeless kitten who'd been abandoned. It was love at first sight...