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Cat care advice comes easily to some. The Complete Cat Care Advice Guide makes me reel with incredulity. But if you want true cat care advice, ignore my disbelief and read it. This book truly makes sense of genuine cat care advice. Genuinely, it is a super owner's manual which details virtually every aspect of cat care and cat ownership in real detail. It gives great advice on how to play with your cat, games he will enjoy and respond to. That includes interactive play and also games you can devise for him to play on his own, even outdoors. Healthcare, a proper diet, nutrition, basic first-aid and behavior (both yours and your cat's) are also predominant. This book doesn't mess about in any area. That is a claim, so I'll explain why that is my opinion. Let's face it, most of us, myself included, reckon that our pussies simply take care of themselves. Do you think I'm wrong? Well, try the cat care advice book, test yourself with the questions, and then tell me if I'm wrong. I know that I simply bought a cat, well inherited a cat actually, but never bothered to find out what I could do with him beyond being a quartermaster. I just fed him, gave him somewhere warm and safe to sleep (his little den), and enjoyed his attentions when he seemed grateful to me as his master and provider. Did ever think about seeking cat care advice? No! I thought I was doing everything I could for my cat. I loved him to death. I also fell in love with four other cats my sister-in-law left me when I had the space in a barn in France I was renovating. They all just went about their own thing and snuggled up around my head when I eventually had time to put it down after a hard day's plastering. But that's another story. I had a great time with my kitten jumping on my plate as I was about to eat my evening meal. On the other hand, I found his mum's plaintive cry while I was trying to work very distracting and ultimately most annoying. At the time, I never thought to get some advice on caring for my cats. I lived in the countryside then and didn't think any advice would be necessary. To put it plainly, I loved and hated what my cats gave me, but I never thought about their state of mind at all. Our relationship was all one way: mine. So let me tell you what I, personally, found helpful about Cat Care Advice. It taught me, firstly, that my contract between myself and the cat was all one-way, in terms of I was the only one who could make that relationship better. And how could I do that? Firstly, understand what my cat is trying to


tell me. Secondly, know how to respond to my cat's signs that I understand. Thirdly, and embarrassingly, how to generally care for a cat. Goodness, apart from basic care, did you know that you can even teach your cat to back-flip, twist in the air, shake hands, beg, open doors, roll over and ever so much more? I didn't. Then, I decided to try and understand what was going on in my cat's world. I began to wonder about what he was thinking, what his anxieties may be and how he was trying to communicate with me. I have to say that Cat Care Guide really did help me. It made me accept that the care of my cat was purely down to me. So this cat care advice includes how to choose a cat that is right for you and what to look out for physically, getting your cat acclimatized to your home, how to play, good toys to purchase, how to deal with unwonted behavior, illness and medicine, behavior delinquencies, elderly cats and healthy eating. Let me add that that's on top of the normal stuff you'd find from cat care advice experts. For more, try the experts via my cat care advice blog below.

Timothy Payn's cat blog: http://healthcuresblog.blogspot.com/2008/03/cat-care-advice.html

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