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How to Talk to Your Cat won't necessarily transform you into a fluent speaker of kitty lingo--but it will provide a blueprint for interpreting those chirruping mews, silent miaows, and deep throated demonic growls. Of course there is nothing scientific here, but furry fun is guaranteed along the way. A strong emphasis is placed on listening and talking to your cat, (hopefully your neighbors won't think you're too strange). Recognizing your kitty's needs and wants through her sounds will ultimately strengthen the bonds between cat and human, so try not to feel too self-conscious! Cat talk is far more complex than just vocalization; non-verbal cat communication is also explored in depth, and the classic postures (sad, happy, anxious, nervous) are exemplified with pencil drawings. Anecdotes and oodles of kitty tidbits and trivia make this a charming read for cat fanatics and prospective Dr. Dolittles! --Naomi Gesinger
If you have a Siamese cat, this might be interesting, but only one chapter applies to the title claim of "how to talk to your cat," and I suspect Siamese must speak a... Read morePublished on Dec 5 2003 by Mariane Matera
This book is as insightful as it is entertaining. I have always talked to my cats and now I have a better understanding of what they are hearing as well as what they are saying to... Read morePublished on Dec 26 2001 by DaZinner
Patricia Moyes has a great writing style. Witty, clever and very funny. I find myself nodding in agreement and laughing when she describes cat behavior. Read morePublished on Sept. 1 2001