Cats 101: Everything you need to know about taking care of your feline friend (Skinny Report) ReviewsIf you're thinking of bringing a cat or kitty into your life... and need some help choosing your new feline companion... then the Skinny Guide to Cats will show you how.
If you're wondering if you should buy or adopt a cat, you probably have a lot of questions, such as:.
* Are cats easy for first time pet owners?
* How expensive is it to care for a cat?
* Is it dangerous for a pregnant woman to change kitty litter?
* Can you safely let your cat outside?
The Skinny Guide to Cats will answer these questions and many more.
Companionship is perhaps the most important reason to consider owning a cat. Children benefit from having a pet who will listen to them. Young adults busy with careers and delaying having children often find themselves drawn to pets as a way to have companionship. Research has shown that the elderly enjoy better health when they have a pet to take care of.
So if you're looking for a loyal, gentle and kind-hearted friend, a cat might just be the right pet for you.
Here are just some of the things the Skinny Guide to Cats will show you about having a happy, healthy cat:
[*]3 ways to ensure your cat lives a longer life.
[*]The one thing to make sure you do to your cat every day that will make even a temperamental cat happier and more friendly. (p. 15)
[*]How much you can expect to spend on food and kitty litter every month (p. 18).
[*]The best way to reduce vet fees so you can have peace of mind if there's an unexpected emergency. (p. 19).
[*]An important reason why you should help your cat with grooming even though he can do it himself. (p. 23)
[*]The 3 necessary (and inexpensive) tools for grooming your cat (p. 23)
[*]Should you ever give your cat a bath? (p. 25)
[*]Understanding declawing and alternatives to declawing. (p. 35)
[*]The pros and cons of dried food vs. canned food and how to ensure good health no matter which type of food you choose. (p. 42)
[*]The #1 indicator of a high quality food that you should always look for when choosing cat food. (p. 42)
[*]5 things that will make litter training easier. (p. 47)
[*]What to do if your cat is having too many accidents (p. 49)
[*]6 questions to ask the shelter worker before adopting a cat from a shelter. (p. 52)
[*]How to manage multiple cats (p. 54)
[*]The most common medical problems and how to identify them before they get out of control. (p. 59).
[*]3 precautions pregnant women should take when changing kitty litter. (p. 68)
[*]How to tell if a breeder is trustworthy or not plus questions to ask when interviewing a breeder. (p. 73)
[*]The personalities and physical characteristics of the 12 main cat breeds.
Deciding whether or not to buy or adopt a cat is a big decision. This guide will give you all the information you need to take care of your cat.