You should have your human fixed, even if it’s a purebred human. There are too many humans, and our big cities are over populated with them to the point where we are unable to feed and shelter all of them.
Animal lovers Doreen Tovey and her husband Charles acquire their first Siamese kitten to rid themselves of an invasion of mice, although they worry about the cat attacking the birds.
Take an unforgettable journey through the English countryside and into the homes of its inhabitants– four-legged and otherwise– with the world’s best-loved animal doctor.
Michael Pollan examines what he calls “our national eating disorder” (the Atkins craze, the precipitous rise in obesity) in this remarkably clearheaded book.
This is based on a true story. Margarete, who considered herself a typical grandmother, ran across a downed baby bird in her flower patch. She tried to put the bird back in the nest as a helpful soul, but that didn’t work.
While dogs get more credit, cats have perennially proven themselves to be every bit the equal of their canine brethren as humankind’s best friend.
In Ghost Cats, the strangely heartwarming tales of cats who have refused to let death part them from their human companions are recounted in vivid and captivating detail.
Get the scoop on kitten health and behavior. From finding a kitten and visiting the vet to choosing the right food, litter boxes, and toys, this handy reference gets you through the toughest and most delightful era in your cats life.
Clearly an animal lover, Clothier opens this training manual by recalling her childhood, when she pretended she was a dog.
The Other End of the Leash begins with an eloquently simple premise: “All dogs are brilliant at perceiving the slightest movement that we make, and they assume each tiny movement has meaning.”