Why Do Cats Always Land on Their Feet?|
If only it were that simple! But the fact is that your cat is very sensible indeed—about cat things.
She knows how to scratch upright surfaces, cough up hairballs, send messages with her pee, and party all night.
To the feline mind, these are the stuff of everyday life—as important as sleeping all day and grooming for several hours using nothing but your tongue.
Your clever kitty knows you very well (after all, she sits and stares at you when you're in the bathroom).
But how well do you know her? Find out why cats knead against us, the best way to hold a cat, how cats can
jump onto your kitchen counters without even a running start, why they chew on your sweaters.
Award-winning pet experts Dr. Marty Becker and Gina Spadafori explain the ins and outs of the feline psyche.
Because the better you understand cats, the easier it is to love the kitty on your couch. Can you teach an
old cat new tricks? You bet! Expecting a baby? It's perfectly okay to keep your cat. What about kittens?
You'll find everything you always wanted to know about feline sex but were afraid to ask.
Your cat's not crazy, but she can be mysterious. Did you know cats can tell time? They talk with their
tails and walk on their toes. And there are even rumors that some cats are descendents of space aliens.
It's no wonder the ancient Egyptians were not the only ones who worshipped them.
You'll also find the answers to questions that tend to tickle your curiosity: Why do cats' eyes glow in
the dark? What's in catnip that makes kitties so silly? Can curiosity really kill a cat?
You've got questions? This book's got answers. Do cats always land on their feet? Find out!