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'Curiosity is more than just a desire to discover. It's a lifestyle, and a purrvilege. It's hours of observing a fly on the wall. It's entering the sock drawer just before it closes. It's sniffing the lampshade one more time . . .' Such is the wisdom of Curious Zelda: social media star, agony aunt, yoga teacher, cat. In The Adventures of a Curious Cat she gives insight into her view of the world and dispenses unparalleled wisdom. Zelda explains, in her unique voice, how to handle humans, how to communicate with furniture, and most importantly how to live a life curiously. It's the ultimate self-help guide for any cat, or indeed, their human.
Cats on Catnip caught the attention of cat lovers everywhere with its hilarious cats and wow-worthy photography. Now you can send Cats on Catnip postcards to your friends and family with this deluxe postcard book enclosed in a three-piece case, featuring twenty individual postcards -- two cards of each design -- showcasing funny and adorable felines as they play with, roll in, and chow down their beloved catnip. Professional pet photographer and self-confessed crazy cat man Andrew Marttila's brilliant photography captures a variety of breeds with their lovable and silly expressions and personalities.
Showcasing over 30 inspirational women, including Florence Nightingale (the founder of modern nursing), Georgia O'Keeffe (the artist and mother of American modernism) and Rosa Luxemburg (the theorist and revolutionist), who all have one thing in common - their affection towards cats. The empowering stories of cat-loving women - ranging from artists, pioneers, writers and humanitarians - who dared to change and inspire the world are paired with Lulu Mayo's quirky illustrations. Also featuring 10 things we can learn from cats, a feline flow chart, quotes from famous women who loved their moggies, and much more. The book celebrates the cat as muse, companion, colleague and emotional support as it explodes the myth of a 'cat lady'.
Cats have a way of walking into our lives and making themselves right at home. No cat lover can imagine life without a feline presence - even if it is only as fleeting as the occasional conversation with a neighbourhood stray. For all those who have succumbed to the charm of the cat comes the third edition of Meow: A book of happiness for cat lovers. A compendium of delightful and sometimes hilarious quotes captures the essence of this fascination. Some are by famous people (Mark Twain, Jean Cocteau, Ernest Hemingway) and others are philosophical, or light-hearted - all are memorable. Accompanied by beautiful and heart-warming photography, this classic bestseller is now pouncing back into hard-back in a high-quality gift format for a collection to truly treasure. The result is a book to be enjoyed, savoured and dipped into again and again.
Kittens For Dummies (9781119609117) was previously published as Kittens For Dummies (9780764541506). While this version features a new Dummies cover and design, the content is the same as the prior release and should not be considered a new or updated product. Who can resist the charm of a kitten, those energetic, curious creatures whose cuteness factors fall somewhere between adorable and irresistible? But as animal shelters across the country can attest, those enchanting balls of fluff quickly mature into full-grown cats with their own requirements for healthy, happy lives. Kittens For Dummies is your source for understanding what you can expect if you decide to welcome a high energy and high maintenance four-legged friend into your home. You'll not only figure out if you're ready to fit a kitty into your lifestyle, but also how to go about Adopting or buying the right kitten for you Making sure your home is kitten-proof Introducing your new pet to children and other pets Preventing and treating feline illnesses Dealing with behavioral issues Rescuing an orphaned kitten Books abound about kitten care. Unlike many of them--those that seem to require a veterinary medicine degree to figure out--Kittens For Dummies explains everything in plain, everyday English. And like the subject itself, this handy reference is full of fun. In entertaining, informative language, the friendly guide gives you the real deal on Doling out plenty of love, attention, and patience Deciding whether kitty will be allowed to explore the outdoors Making your kitten comfy with the right supplies and accessories Knowing how often to ring the dinner bell Recognizing emergencies that call for quick trips to the veterinarian Locating qualified caretakers when you travel Nurturing kitty into adulthood Before you take the giant leap into kitten ownership--a wonderful and sometimes chaotic world--check out the expert advice in a resource that's bound to become as constant a companion as your purr-fect pet.
'Do you need a human in the first place? If you do, do not adopt a human on impulse. You may not get the right one for your lifestyle.' George the Cat is the feline world's favourite agony aunt. Now he brings us his irresistible, hilarious A-Z guide for fellow felines to help them navigate the human world, understand their sometimes weird and idiotic behaviour, and help turn human failings to feline advantages. Includes advice on how to move a sleeping human to the very edge of their bed, enjoy the use of their empty boxes before they're thrown out, and to get doors opened for you whether or not you have a private catflap. George also has a word of advice for humans: 'Don't let your cat get his paws on this book!' For fans of Secret Thoughts Cats Have About Humans and 100 Ways for A Cat to Train Its Human by Celia Haddon.
Who is your cat really? And what can you do to make them happy? Through this book's series of personality quizzes, feline behaviour expert Dr Lauren Finka can help you to assess various elements of your cat's character and understand them on a whole new level. Discover how inquisitive your cat is, by observing their reaction to new environments; find out if your cat is an extreme hunter, who will need plenty of stimulation to exercise their keen stalking instincts; or learn to what extent you have a cat's cat, who enjoys having a little furry playmate around, or whether they'd be happier in a single-cat household. You could start to understand whether your cat is really enjoying all the attention you lavish upon it, and decipher just how happy they are. With tips and tricks for any personality type, Dr Lauren Finka will help you to meet your cat's specific wants and needs. Whoever your cat is, you'll learn what makes them tick, and be a step closer to the domestic feline harmony you've always dreamt of.
As its name subtly suggests, this book features 80 pictures of excessively cute animals. That's Literally it. Among other gems, you can expect some cats flaunting some fabulous wigs, sloths dangling casually, otters holding hands (an actual thing that occurs in nature) and piglets wearing little rainboots for some adorable reason. Beyond a shadow of a doubt, this book is a landmark moment in the history of photojournalism. While turning these puppy-peppered pages, your mood will Literally become one of delight and tenderness. And therein lies the powerful magic of pictures of cute animals. Just simply peering into those big eyes carries with it all the gravitas of a David Attenborough nature documentary, but without having to actually watch a documentary. The resilience of the animal kingdom is endlessly inspiring. Cast your mind to this iconic image: a kitten dangling from a tree branch, while sagely encouraging us humans to just hang in there. And hang in there we did - in order to own this book. This is Literally exactly what our turbulent world needs right now. With its unique meow factor, this is the book that you deserve after a ruff day at work. (It should be said that, mercifully, no animal puns are included in this book.)
People have been under the spell of the mysterious and elegant nature of the cat for thousands of years. They are one of our oldest animal companions and have been much-loved family members in households around the globe for generations. But have you ever felt that despite your good intentions and love, there are some things about your cat you don't quite understand? Do you sometimes feel like it might be trying to tell you something? That you could make them even happier than they already are? This book will change everything you once thought you knew about cats. You can use its many tips and insights to optimize your relationship with your cat. In this book, you will be taken on an intimate journey through the world of the domestic cat, covering all their natural instincts and mysterious behaviors. The tips and tricks are the outcome of hundreds of behavioral consultations. Your relationship with your cat will never be the same.
For New York City fashion and beauty photographer BriAnne Wills, the crazy cat lady is a myth. Co-written with Elyse Moody, senior editor at Martha Stewart Living, this book redefines the stereotype by showcasing 50 strong, independent, and artistic women who take the world in stride, flanked by their beloved felines. With its vibrant cover and gorgeous faux-suede spine, Girls and Their Cats features striking portraits and engaging profiles of each woman and her cat-or cats-including fun facts unique to each furry friend. Girls include: * Hannah Shaw, humane educator, animal advocate, and founder of the neonatal kitten rescue project Kitten Lady * Christene Barberich, cofounder of Refinery29 * Alyssa Mastromonaco, author, Crooked Media podcast host, and reproductive rights activist * Maria Hinojosa, anchor and executive producer of NPR's Latino USA * Nikki Garcia, owner and designer of the clothing line First Rite * Erica Chidi Cohen, doula, author, and cofounder of the reproductive health education company Loom * Anka Lavriv, tattoo artist and co-owner of Black Iris Tattoo Interspersed throughout are amusing lists any cat lady will find relatable, from How to Catproof Your Home to The Chorus of Cat Sounds, as well as an adoption resource guide and a list of rescue organizations in the United States and Canada. This irresistible book celebrates the powerful bond between a girl and her cat, proving that we need them just as much as they need us.