The Cat Who Cried for Help

The Cat Who Cried for Help

Attitudes, Emotions, and the Psychology of Cats

Book - 1997
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Baker & Taylor
Explores behavioral problems of cats, identifying the underlying causes and offering advice for improving cat-human relationships

Blackwell North Amer
The Cat Who Cried for Help shows how minor adjustments in diet, exercise regimen, and environment can effect dramatic breakthroughs in resolving almost any feline problem. From cat panic attacks to eating disorders, from litterbox aversion to depression and a wide range of feline phobias, Dr. Dodman has successfully treated and resolved these and many other heretofore untreatable behaviors.
Inside, you'll meet Ashley, the boss-cat who literally bites the hand that feeds him; Jonathan, the binge-eater; Rubles, the Abyssinian Jekyll and Hyde, pussycat one minute, man-eating tiger the next; and Thomas, the cat who cried for help - a little too loudly. Dr. Dodman's techniques are based on the most up-to-date research in pharmacology and feline behaviorism. Yet the primary objective of his treatments is to respect and protect the qualities of independence and dignity fundamental to a cat's nature.
Including descriptions of symptoms, treatment options, and tips on prevention, The Cat Who Cried for Help provides everything you need to know to ensure both you and your feline friend a long, happy, and healthy relationship.

Baker
& Taylor

The veterinarian and author of The Dog Who Loved Too Much shows how to treat cats for such disorders as panic attacks, litter-box aversion, depression, and phobias through nutrition, pharmacology, and behavior modification.

Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 1997.
ISBN: 9780553104530
0553104535
Branch Call Number: 636.8089 DOD
Characteristics: xv, 235 p. ; 24 cm.

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Nov 13, 2015

Had to quit reading. The Doctor realizes what would be a better solution for the cat, however he allows the owners to select the worst treatment. It was horrible to hear stories of how he simply gave pills to solve problems that weren't even the cat's fault. I don't claim to be an expert, however some things are common sense.

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