Cats - All You Need To Know: Choosing & Owning The Right Cat for You

Cats - All You Need To Know: Choosing & Owning The Right Cat for You

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Many people find themselves toying with the idea of getting a pet and decide to set their sights on a cat. The cat might be for themselves, for a loved one, a friend, or for children. For those who have never owned a cat before, this can be quite a tricky venture. Buying a cat is not as simple as pointing your finger at a cat in the store and saying that you want that one. Unfortunately many people adopt this method of getting a cat and later find that the cat does not fit into their lifestyle for a variety of reasons. This is why a certain amount of research needs to be done before you decide on what kind of cat that you want and if you want to start out with a kitten or an adult cat. By reading this book you will be provided with the questions that you need to ask yourself in order to decide on what cat is right for you. Not all cats are the same. Different breeds of cats mean different physical features, different personality trains, and different behaviors. If you are gone from home quite a bit, you don't want to get a cat that craves its owners attention all of the time. On the flip side, if you are looking for a cat that you can snuggle up to while watching television, you don't want to pick out a cat just to find that they couldna€™t care less about being lovey dove with you. This book will help you to find just the right fit so that both you and your cat are happy. Having a pet can be a wonderful thing when you two connect. Once you have your feline friend there are sure to be an abundance of questions regarding their feeding habits, grooming, health, vaccinations, and what supplies you will need to have on hand.The first method is to simply pick them up whenever they jump onto a kitchen counter top or table and tell them No, in a firm voice and then to put them back onto the floor. Another ... Your first line of defense when keeping cats out of your garden is to make sure that you have your boundaries secure. ... There are several dog breeds out there that completely dislike cats, such as pit bulls and Dobermans.

Title:Cats - All You Need To Know: Choosing & Owning The Right Cat for You
Author:Catherine Brights, David Gabriel
Publisher:Best-informant - 2014-10-23


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