The book your cat wishes you would read

£18.99

Feline behaviourist Lucy Hoile gives you all the information you could ever need to build an even better, happier relationship with your cat. Lucy is speaking directly to you, the owner, and is here to support you on this amazing journey. Cats are an enigmatic species and their behaviour is subtle and difficult to read. Because of this, it’s not always easy to understand what they need from us and our relationship with them can suffer as a result. Included in this book is information on how cats communicate through body language, vocalisations and their secret language of scent. Deciphering this information helps us understand what they are trying to tell us, including when they are feeling unwell, when they are stressed or when they are feeling perfectly content.

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Have you ever wanted to know what your cat was thinking?

In The Book Your Cat Wishes You Would Read, feline behaviourist Lucy Hoile gives you all the information you could ever need to build an even better, happier relationship with your cat. Lucy is speaking directly to you, the carer, and is here to support you on this amazing journey.

Cats are an enigmatic species and their behaviour is subtle and difficult to read. Because of this, it’s not always easy to understand what they need from us and our relationship with them can suffer as a result.

Included in this book is information on how cats communicate through body language, vocalisations and their secret language of scent. Deciphering this information helps us understand what they are trying to tell us, including when they are feeling unwell, when they are stressed or when they are feeling perfectly content.

Armed with Lucy’s invaluable advice you will feel excited and empowered to feel even closer to your cat and build a more loving, patient and rewarding relationship for life.

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Dimensions 22.2 × 13.8 cm
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