Cat Body Language Phrasebook: 100 Ways to Read Their Signals
Author: Trevor Warner
Publisher: Thunder Bay Press
Release Date: June 07, 2007
Most humans don’t speak ‘cat,’ so sometimes miscommunication between pets and their people can result in discontented kitties with behavioral problems. At last, help is on hand in the new Cat Body Language Phrasebook.
This small format picture-reference book tackles 100 of the most common types of cat body language.
Divided into categories of cat behavior, including contentment, anger, fear, and playfulness, photos and captions clearly explain common behaviors like licking and purring and what your cat’s tail might be telling you.
Helpful fact boxes include advice on how to determine if your cat is unwell, common traits of certain breeds, and how to solve common problems like furniture scratching, carpet digging, and bringing mice and birds into the house.
This unique guide also addresses cat behavior when there are multiple cats in a household or when your cat doesn’t have outside access.