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The Essential Guide to Loving and Caring for Your Domestic Cat: Prolonging Its Life and Happiness Kindle Edition - Free @ Amazon

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The Essential Guide to Loving and Caring for Your Domestic CatThis essential guide to loving and caring for your domestic cat is a must-read for any cat owner. Written by experienced cat expert Dan Caprioli, this book covers everything from nutrition and exercise to grooming and veterinary care. With simple tips and advice on how to keep your cat healthy and happy, this book is an invaluable resource for cat owners looking to extend their cat's life and contentment. Featuring helpful illustrations and easy-to-follow instructions, The Essential Guide to Loving and Caring for Your Domestic Cat is the perfect companion for any cat lover.

  • Learn how to feed your cat a nutritious diet
  • Discover the basics of cat grooming
  • Find out how to keep your cat healthy and happy
  • Learn how to prolong your cat's lifespan
  • Discover the best strategies for bonding with your cat
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  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 5594 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage ‏ : ‎ Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Sticky notes ‏ : ‎ On Kindle Scribe
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 47 pages

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  1. Maevoric's avatar
  2. stethorn's avatar
    They should do a cat friendly version, maybe mine would read it and prolong my life and happiness, rather than waking me up in the night.
    revdesol's avatar
    But you should listen to our feline overlords, night time is the best time to hunt
  3. JungleBug's avatar
    Is a guide even necessary? But, free is free so heat.
    sidsod's avatar
    having met a lot of pet owners, definitely
  4. stevieshoes's avatar
    Can anyone summarise
    Dona3853's avatar
    Feed it. Let it sleep where it wants. The end.
  5. PaulHancox's avatar
    Try Terry Pratchett's book the unadulterated cat instead. Brilliant
    Dribbles_MacTavish's avatar
    I was bought this for Christmas, just started reading it
  6. GujSehambi's avatar
    Step 1. Get a dog
  7. xenophon's avatar
    She who must be obeyed, my feline princess (a stray up until last year!) has declared I have to obtain this. As if I need it!
  8. This.Is.Dog's avatar
    Heat. I don't care what the book is like, picture of a cute kitten on the front ❤️ (edited)
    Sarah18's avatar
    I did this too
  9. Forgottenshopper's avatar
    Thanks Boz..
  10. crazylegs's avatar
  11. Steca's avatar
  12. pooool's avatar
    Just wanna know how to ease that look of contempt from my cat's face Boz.
    It's doin my head in...
  13. babyboya187's avatar
    Thank you
  14. Jyoosi's avatar
    I can save you reading a whole book by giving you one simple tip:

    STOP feeding your animals Whiskas/Felix.

    Imagine living on chicken nuggets and sugary ketchup for ever single meal, every day for the rest of your life. You aren't going to live very long, and you're definitely gonna end up on some serious meds to stop the depression from pushing you over.

    Now imagine your pet feeling like this and only managing 9 miserable years at most, with a pile of vet visits in between for seemingly random health issues. But don't worry, you at least get the satisfaction of veilifying the poor thing for costing you thousands in vet treatments, all because of the false economy that is cheap pet food.

    Sad thing is, it's not even difficult to feed animals decent food, and usually works out cheaper. Places like Zooplus do decent dry food in bulk for example.

    2x large cats cost us £18/month in food bills, and £42/year for their annual jabs each, that's it. It's cheap enough that you can afford to give them actual treats, such as fresh lamb/duck/salmon occasionally.

    Currently use James Wellbeloved Turkey, and they wolf it down. Friends cat destroys the bowl too whenever it comes round.

    Vet tried telling me that dry food only is bad for the cat as they don't drink water. Believe it or not, when cats get thirsty, they do infact drink quite a lot of water. Of course though, the vets will happily sell you some totally-not-sponsored-or-endorsed complete dry and wet cat food for a pretty penny.

    Anyway, rant over.
    Dona3853's avatar
    Wow £42 a year for annual jabs! So glad I signed up for Vac4life at Vets4pets whilst they were still doing it!
  15. GlasgowDave's avatar
    Particularly liked the section on teaching your car to poop in the neighbours’ gardens.
    Dribbles_MacTavish's avatar
    Your "car" needs to poop!?

    (only joking, I know it's a typo )
  16. Proveright's avatar
    Thanks OP
  17. J_Jr's avatar
    Can you get this if you dont have kindle
    bri2727's avatar
    Download the Kindle app
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