|If you’re only going to buy one book about cat care, consider the Cat Owner’s Home Veterinary Handbook by Debra Eldredge, DVM, Delbert Carlson, DVM, Liisa Carlson, DVM, and James Giffin, MD. This book provides complete and understandable information about your cat’s anatomy and physiology, as well as preventive health and a variety of diseases that can affect your cat. The authors also discuss geriatric care, genetics, vaccinations, and how to deal with emergencies. It’s well worth the $35 cover price.
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|There are tons of books on the market about every aspect of cat life. When you add in the innumerable novels with feline protagonists, memoirs of feline lives, and other cat-related fiction, a new cat owner would be hard pressed to know where to even begin looking. Here are the three we think every cat owner should have:
1. The Cat Owner’s Home Veterinary Handbook provides al the information you’ll need to take good care of your cat in all stages of her life. 2. Think Like A Cat: How to Raise a Well-Adjusted Cat, Not a Sour Puss will give you the tools to make sure your pet gets off to an excellent start in life, and 3. The ASPCA Complete Guide to Cats, a guide to kitty behavior and training for both novice and experienced cat caretakers.
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