Scoot! Hey, get down from there! Scat, cat! Are these phrases familiar to you and your beloved feline? If so, you’re in good company. Cats are adventurous, intelligent, and curious creatures who often seem to delight in creating mischief and mayhem in our homes. They scale our curtains, eat our houseplants, shred our furniture, and then recuperate by snoozing on our kitchen counter tops.

But must you put up with your cat’s bad habits? Absolutely not! With patience and a few lessons in feline psychology, you can teach your cat behavior and molding it to fit your expectations of how a civilized housecat should behave. Her simple step-by-step instructions make it possible to create a happy, healthy, and harmonious home – one that can be enjoyed by both you and your feline friend.

LURA ROGERS has been caring for animals since she was a child. She was a long-time employer of Adirondack Save-a-Stray, a shelter and adoption centre for cats and dogs. She now shares her home with three cats.

The History of your Cat

Understanding Feline fancies

The Truth about Cats and Dogs

Feline Behaviour Modifications: Psychology 101

The Fine Art of Deterring and Distracting

Litter Box: Hitting the Mark

The Furniture Scratcher

Curtain Climbers

Biting and Scratching: Training the Tiger

Dealing with Feline Squabbles

Toilet Paper: The Great Confetti Machine

Table-Walking Tabbies

Takking the Bite out of Chewing

Roam Control-Escapees!

Final Behaviour Remedies

Resources (Canada)

I love these small books of wisdom clearly written by John and Martha Storey, who write and share their wisdom and knowledge given from their many years of Cat Care dedicated to their Puss Cats and their mission of Storey Communications is to serve their customers by publishing practical information that encourages personal independence in harmony with the environment. I hope you enjoy these small books as much me and my mummy & pappy do.


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