How To Have Better Cat Care

I am author of the new book, How To Have Better Cat Care; The Special Cats’ Book. It is a small and inexpensive paperback and in it I describe in simple terms how to provide for your cat, in all its numerous needs: Food, Shelter, Love and Protection.

Your cat is expected to live fifteen years or more. You can choose to be kind and caring or neglectful and even cruel. Being unkind need not be intentional-it may just come from ignorance about your feline friend’s true needs.

In this book you will learn how to best care for your pet when it comes to food, shelter, love and protection. You will also discover that keeping a cat isn’t difficult and that your feline friend can teach you how to be a better person.

I am an old man and my cat is about the same age, since we share the same birthday month. We both remember well when cats were kept mainly for their ability to hunt mice and rats in the barnyard and around the farmhouse.

We also remember when they became pets-less than one hundred years ago-and many of us who lived during those days still have fond memories of growing up with our special “fur babies,” as I like to call them.

Today most people want a pet which can offer companionship, love and affection; something which is rarely found in today’s world where most people live alone. There are times when a cat is the only friend you have, even during those lonely hours of the night when you can’t drift off to sleep because your mind won’t shut down and let you rest.

I’ll admit that writing this book has been a labor of love, but it was also a true labor since I’ve had to change nagging habits which were making my cat ill and unhappy. Neither my wife nor myself want to ever see our dear friend suffer or look sad again as he did a few years ago before we changed many bad habits which were hurting him.

It helped us realize just how much they rely on us for their care and well-being. Most cats actually live long, healthy lives if they are properly taken care of. You can do it too-they need nothing more than the basics to keep them happy, yet there are many other things which you can learn from this book which will help them lead a longer and healthier life.

I hope you enjoy this book as much as I have enjoyed writing it for you. Here is what some of my readers have said about it:

“I must say that it is one of the nicest books I’ve seen since becoming involved with cats.” – Eugene Mossburg, President Kitten Rescue League, Los Angeles

“It’s a great little book and very informative.” -William E. Thackeray, author Willow the Cat Books

“An easy-to-read book with a lot of useful information.” -Marilyn Hickey, Secretary/Treasurer Feline Conservation Federation

I invite you to learn all about your special friend and discover how easy it can be to keep them happy and healthy the rest of their lives.

You will find this book helpful if you are thinking about getting another cat (or one for the first time) or even thinking of adding an older adult cat to your family. It contains information on feeding, shelter, health care and general caring which anyone can understand and follow with ease; whether they live in the city or country, small apartment or large farmhouse. And best of all, there are no complicated techniques to learn or difficult procedures to carry out.

Cats are very intelligent animals and many of my friends believe they are the most intelligent of all household pets, especially when it comes to caring for themselves. They rarely need shots or medical care; in fact, most people never see their veterinarian except for annual checkups or emergencies which can be handled by a trip to the local pet shop, with no expense whatsoever to the owner.

Even though I grew up on a farm where we raised chickens, cows and pigs; my family always had cats around our house because they were natural hunters who kept us free from rodents-we actually called them “the girls since mother raised half-wild barn cats. So it’s no surprise that I am a cat lover myself and think of them as a special breed of animal since they don’t require a lot of space, yearly shots or medical care-just affection, food and shelter-but never forget to give them lots of love!

After reading this book you’ll know how beneficial cats can be if kept in the house for companionship instead of left outside where they fight with other cats, get into dangerous situations and are hit by cars or suffer from disease brought on from too many fleas or worms. You will also learn how easy it is to do your own grooming, including bathing and cutting nails. There is so much more about caring for these “angels” which you will discover-read on!

Thank you for your purchase of this book, I hope it tells you everything you need to know about how easy it is to care for a cat and make them happy, especially if they are part of a family…

Sincerely Yours, The Author   [ARTICLE END]

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