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Think Like a Cat: How to Raise a Well-Adjusted Cat--Not a Sour Puss [Format Kindle]

Pam Johnson-Bennett
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Présentation de l'éditeur

A fully revised and updated edition of the bestselling feline behavior bible.

There are approximately eighty-five million cats owned as pets in the United States alone. And-thanks to her regular appearances in the media and at veterinary conferences and humane organizations-most of their owners already recognize Pam Johnson-Bennett as the authority on all things feline.

Over the past ten years, the award-winning author has continued to refine her work and techniques. From basic health care to more serious behavioral issues, from training cats to use a scratching post to avoiding litter box problems this newly revised edition of Think Like a Cat covers all of a cat owner's most pressing concerns-and solidifies its position as the topic leader for years to come.

Biographie de l'auteur

Pam Johnson-Bennett is the author of seven award-winning books on cat behavior and training, as well as the founder and chair of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants' Cat Division. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 908 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 436 pages
  • Editeur : Penguin Books; Édition : Rev Exp Up (27 septembre 2011)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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Par Apollina
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This book is amazing. The author explains cat behaviour in a very understandable manner.

I highly recommend this book to everyone as in my eyes this is the "Cat Bible". After reading this, I felt like I could really understand my cat.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Definitive resource to raising a healthy cat! 26 février 2012
Par Zachariah Atteberry - Publié sur
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I own every cat behavior book you have written, including Twisted Whiskers, Hiss and Tell, Tales from a Cat Shrink, and my favorite which is Think Like a Cat. This new and updated book introduces many new methods on helping cats get along, education on nutrition and reading labels, litter box and litter selection - including the much dreaded litter box problems and improper defecation. I have many other behavior books from various authors but haven't learned as much as I have in this one book. I recommend buying this book. There is not a single cat behavior problem that can't be fixed - so what are you waiting for? Read this book!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Savvy Cat Owners Know Johnson-Bennett is the BEST! 28 octobre 2011
Par Steve Dale Szarvas - Publié sur
This is in response to "savvy cat owner," who is clearly not so savvy after all. I have been writing and broadcasting about pets for nearly 20 years, and am a certified cat behavior consultant. I am a founder of the CATalyst Council and serve on that Board; I also serve on the Board of Directors of the Winn Feline Foundation, Tree House Humane Society (in Chicago) and the American Humane Association. I'm a contributor to Dr. Susan Little's upcoming feline text book. I have never written a review on Amazon before or offered a comment - but the egregious not so savvy remarks are so incredibly wrong, I was moved to comment. Pam Johnson-Bennett is a pioneer in the world of cat consultation. She was among the first to go from building to building, back when she was in New York City, to help cat owners. So many of us, if not most of us, continue to learn from Ms.Johnson-Bennett. Suggesting her techniques are obsolete is like calling the i-pad obsolete. Ms.Johnson-Bennett is about as current as anyone I know, which is exactly why she felt an updated version of her original "Think Like a Cat" is necessary. The personal attack....really now? I have no idea what that's about, but to set the record straight Ms. Johnson-Bennett was not the founder of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, a dog trainer and family counselor, Lynn Hoover was the founder. Johnson-Bennett was an early member and early on was Chair of the Cat Division. And she did not certify herself. As for recommending material to read by a veterinary behaviorist, YES! But, with the exception of veterinary behaviorist Dr. Kersti Seksel's book "Training Your Cat," and Dr. Nicholas Dodman's cat book from a few years back - all the others are veterinary books. Still, worthwhile for sure - and Ms. Johnson Bennett would agree...The great news is that the veterinary behaviorists are writing a popular press dog book, maybe a cat book will follow. Your "savvy" recommendations won't go far, Dr. Bonnie Beaver is terrific - but the "savvy writer" has her name wrong. And Dr. Karen Overall (and Dr. Beaver) are brilliant....They both know I feel that way...but they have not written a consumer book about cat behavior, Ms. Johnson-Bennett has written several. Actually, I am interested and concerned about behavior techniques you see online. They may actually not be science-based, and may not be such a great idea. In full disclosure, Ms. Johnson-Bennett is a trusted friend, who I adore. Still, I have many friends who write pet books, many....and those folks don't always get great reviews from everyone who comments - who does? But the "savvy cat owner" comments are so totally off base and inaccurate, I had to comment. As I've said before, Ms. Johnson-Bennett understands everything that is fundamental to cat behavior, I think she must be part cat. Increasingly, publishers are paving the way for more cat books, from Dewey the Library Cat to Homer the Blind Cat (I LOVE THAT BOOK!), to cat behavior consultants as authors, like Darlene Arden and Marilyn Krieger....and I have an Ebook due out before Christmas, called "Good Cat," but Ms. Jouhnson-Bennett paved the way for all of us. And as a result, she has saved countless cats' lives. Her work merits a lifetime achievement award.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 great book for people who live with cats 23 mars 2013
Par Stephanie Brown - Publié sur
I'm skimming through this - I got the first edition on Interlibrary Loan & liked it so much that I bought it. :-)

I consider myself a kitty whisperer, but I'm learning some fun new things in this book. The tips about how to play with your cat (and how often: 1-2x per day, for 10-15 minutes each) are useful. Finally learned what the whiskers on the forepaws are for: "to sense any movement of prey trapped under the cat's front paws."

The book gives good tips on how to desensitize cats to the scary experience of going to the vet. Most of these involve food. :-) While my kittehs aren't scared of the vet, reading this section made me appreciate my vet more, because they do some of the non-food tips to make my cats feel more comfortable while in the examining room.

The book is full of good information for new & old-timey cat owners!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 It works ! Very positive for your pets and you. We're all happier and closer. 14 novembre 2013
Par devin farrelly - Publié sur
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I got positive results immediately and my three cats are happier. Using the principals in Think Like a Cat, I made a few changes that
got us from scratching, waking me up during the night or early morning for food, and getting on the counters incessantly, to sleeping through the night, using the great new scratching post, and staying off the counters, without yelling, squirting with water, or frustration. I didn't even realize what I had been putting up with. Now I enjoy them so much more, and with the positive changes, I have time to play with them more. My ten year old cat is actually making playful gestures ! They enjoy the new verticle spots I made. My husband wouldn't agree to a cat tree, and I didn't want one either, but I was able to see verticle places where I could make a comfy spot for them around the house, and they are enjoying their new perches. Thank-you !
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A readable and thorough overview of basic cat care. 14 septembre 2013
Par Treehugger - Publié sur
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The book provides excellent advice and guidelines for cat owners. Behavioral information is clear, accessible, helpful, and I believe correct.

I have not yet learned to "think like a cat," nor would I anticipate most readers would. The best I can do is model and predict feline behavior from an observational / experiential perspective, as the author describes.

This is one of several cat books I would recommend, but I would not recommend it as a complete or single definitive source.
I suggest ailurophiles read widely, especially from an animal behavior (ethological) perspective, but spend much time respectfully watching the innately wild and efficient little predator-killers sharing our homes. Cats will never become satisfactory as sofa cushions or teddy bears, and, like the author, I would not attempt to remake them for this purpose.
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