Why Do Cats Do That

Facts About Real Cats and Why They Act the Way They Do

Publisher: Econo-Clad Books

Written in English
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  • Animals - Cats,
  • Cats - General,
  • Pets,
  • Children"s 4-8 - Animals/Pets,
  • Cats,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Miscellanea,
  • Questions and answers
The Physical Object
FormatLibrary binding
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9401709M
ISBN 100613275640
ISBN 109780613275644

A long time ago cats and dogs lived in peace. They ate, slept and also played together but one day everything changed. It happened in the hot summer. Author: Barbara Głuszcz.   Cats that bite, cats that won't eat, cats that won't stop eating. Cat expert Celia Haddon has seen it all, and, in Cats Behaving Badly, an essential guide to cat behavior, she teaches readers how to turn even the grumpiest cat into a perfectly lovable animal.. One of today's foremost feline experts, Haddon provides practical solutions to a myriad of perplexing situations that only cats can 5/5(3). LibraryThing Review User Review - slbenne1 - LibraryThing "Why do cats meow?" "Why do they hiss and purr?" This book answers many questions about the feline species, and even describes the difference between wild and domestic cats.2/5(1).   Cats are very vulnerable when they are sleeping and like to find a place, or person, that they trust to sleep on. When they sleep with their owner they are confirming to you that they trust you. While your cat does trust you they also want to keep warm and they love the heat from their humans. They also love your duvet and blanket that provide.

About Why Do Cats Meow? Many children love cats, and there is so much to know about America’s most popular pet. Why do they meow, hiss, and purr? Why do they have whiskers, tails, and claws? Beginning readers can find out the answers to those questions and many more in this fun, fact-packed book filled with colorful feline photos and drawings.

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Book written more for a child. Some information not sure if accurate. Like cats whiskers moving. I have for cats and never saw the whiskers move which the book say and means different.

A lot of the book says means this but could Why Do Cats Do That book means something else. This /5(73). Her book Why Do Cats Do That. was named best behavior book in by the Cat Writers Association.

Kim is the author of Barking, Chewing, Digging, House-Training, and Aggression. She is also the former president of the Cat Writers Association/5(12). This is an informative book about cats written in a style that children will enjoy. Grownups might enjoy it also (or maybe I am not grown up yet) There is a lot of good information about cats presented in a light-hearted manner and teaches some basic ways to properly treat cats/5.

This book will help you solve the riddles of your cat’s behavior—and put your own into context, too. Presents a wide range of situations and explains them from your cat’s point of view, including how your cat sees you.

Reflects the very latest thinking on cat behavior, and offers intriguing insights into your cat /5. Why Do Cats Do That. By Gioia Fiammenghi, Nancy White. Grades. PreK-K, N. This book answers several questions about cats and their unique behaviors, such as why cats purr and why cats lick themselves.

This book answers several questions about cats and their unique behaviors, such as why cats purr and why cats lick themselves. Catherine Davidson is a writer and cat owner who lives in the south of England. Her most recent book, The Cat Care Handbook, was published in /5(82).

Still the book is probably very helpful for new pet owners to help recognize cat expressions and behavior. With one major exception - she never covers play aggression in kittens. If a new pet owner read only this and saw that very common behavior they would probably conclude that the cats Unbearably adorable pictures of cats and kittens/5.

Why do cats purr. Why do cats get stuck in trees. Why do they bring us their latest catch. Why do cats always land on their feed. Learn the fascinating and sometimes surprising facts about these and 36 other curious cat behaviours - light-heartedly explained and beautifully illustrated in this book.

Author Karen Anderson and illustrator Wendy Christensen are both sincere cat-lovers whose. The drawing are great and perfect for coloring and you'll laugh out loud if you've ever owned a cat.

This is the best coloring book about living with cats, EVER. If you have ever lived with a cat, encountered a cat, or even seen a cat, you need this book.

It is funny, charming, and relatable/5(90). The kneading or "milk treading" motion that cats make with their paws is a throw-back to kittenhood. Kittens knead their mother's bellies in order to stimulate the flow of milk. Later in life, adult cats tend to repeat this motion when they're very happy and relaxed.

People think negatively when I say cats are marking something, but he sees you reading those books and probably thinks there's something so important there, and oh gosh, we need to have those books as part of our survival opportunity, too. Cats are big on marked scent. If you see a pie chart of how a cat gathers information, it's 75 percent scent.

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Scanned in China. Uploaded by Alethea Bowser on March 5, SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: Why in the World Did That Cat Do That?: 98 Kitty Questions Answered (How & Why Do Cats Do That. Book 2) - Kindle edition by Scottsdale, Peter. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Why in the World Did That Cat Do That?: 98 Kitty Questions Answered (How & Why Do Cats Do That?Author: Peter Scottsdale. Cats do not limit themselves to warm computer parts.

They also lounge on things, like paperback books, that have no internal warmth at all (but only when a person is also interested). It seems like anything that you prioritize can become intriguing to your cat.

If you love the funny things cats do, you'll appreciate this book. Cats are complex creaturesmuch like ourselves. Delivered as both a fictional accounting of Bob the novice cat-sitter and a non-fictional side explaining why a cat behaves as it does this book is quite intriguing.4/5.

Anyone who has ever spent quality time with a cat knows that they have weird habits. One bizarre thing we can’t figure out is why cats love to walk or lie all over your laptop or book when you Author: Gina Florio. But I can say without any doubt that bookstore cats represent the apex of domesticated pets.

If a bookstore is so fortunate as to have a cat on the premises during operating hours, you can bet that feline is co-owner, manager, security, and the abiding conscience of the place.

Now in its revamped second edition, Why Do Cats Do That. graciously offers us unenlightened humans the whole kitten caboodle of answers on why cats do the things they do. This fun book has insightful topics on why cats go wild over catnip, hate getting wet.

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Part of the fun of living with cats lies in pondering their mysterious ways. Top pet writer Kim Thornton has written a charming book with answers to a few of the common questions that arise.

She knows her subject, and in 20 short chapters covers such mysteries as why cats 4/5(1). One reason cats love to sit on your computer or book while you're using it, found HelloGiggles, is because the item smells like you. Like many creatures, cats. Don't freak out when I bring you dead animal or insect "gifts" Animal behaviorists have uncovered a few reasons for why we do this.

We may be imitating what our mama cats did for : Daryl Chen. Mommy and I saw that Why Cats Paint book when it first came out, but we preferred Why Paint Cats. Oh well, maybe cats paint and maybe they don’t, but I know dogs do because I am a painting dog and I also do photography.

Katherine says: Febru at pm. My cat loves to lick cardboard (like the corner of VHS cassette boxes or any box for that matter.

He also likes to lick books (while the book is closed he licks the side of the book making the pages move). He pulls books off the lower shelves of the bookcase and makes them fall to the ground where he proceeds to lick them.

A couple of vets have said that this is a simple fetish. Why do cats sit on the book you're reading. «Reply #11 on: 04/11/ » If I wanted to teach a cat to sit on my book I would sit there reading and whenever the cat came and sat on the book I would pet it and tickle it behind the ears because I know cats like this.

Your cat has incredible senses and can easily figure out where your focus is directed. He sees you staring at a paper and all your attention is directed at that object so he assumes if he sits on it he will then be in the center of your attention. There are also the times when there’s a piece of paper on the table or floor that isn’t the focus on anyone’s attention but the cat still.

Cat the Cat skips, jumps, and pirouettes with delight in this simple but cute book. Kids will relate when she stops up short at the sight of a giant yellow-green, four-armed creature stacking blocks -- and giggle when she and the creature scatter the blocks in sheer joy.4/5.

But their strange feline behaviors, both amusing and baffling, leave many of us asking: Why do cats do that. Tony Buffington explains the science behind some of your cat.

Cats can be trained. There have been great circus acts with cats. Have a look at this Youtube: Moscow Circus Trained Cats That's good because cats get into bad habits and need to learn.

Here are a few from cat behaviourists. These will help you understand why your cat does what it does. Think like a Cat, how to raise a well adjusted cat. In the book [I say] that cats behave toward us in a way that's indistinguishable from [how] they would act toward other cats.

They do think we're clumsy: Not many cats trip over people, but we. Whether it's the top of the refrigerator, a cat perch, the highest shelf of a bookcase, or the top cushions of the sofa, cats cherish those elevated locations.

You may have purchased the most comfortable, enticing cat bed on the market but if it's placed on the floor, it may be ignored by the cats in your home. Why do cats love elevated perches so much?Furniture scratching. So many people are convinced this is a behavior displayed by cats just for the sheer thrill of destroying the living room sofa or treasured antique chair.

If you live with a cat who has turned your upholstery into mere shreds, you’re probably at your wit’s end in terms of whether keeping kitty means abandoning all hope of ever having intact furniture again.Why Does My Cat Like to Hide?

Cats need hiding places. If your cat likes to hide, it isn’t because he doesn’t like you. If you’ve been trying to get your cat to be more sociable by dragging him out from under the bed, it’s only going to backfire. Being able to have hiding places provides security and allows the cat .