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America''s favorite cat behavior expert, author of Catwise and Cat vs. Cat, offers the most complete resource for cat owners of all stripes, now fully updated and revised.

"The queen of cat behavior" - Steve Dale, author of My Pet World

Think it''s impossible to train a cat? Think again! By learning how to think like a cat, you''ll be amazed at just how easy it is. Whether you are a veteran cat lover, a brand-new owner of a sweet kitten, or the frustrated companion of a feline whose driving you crazy, Pam Johnson-Bennett will help you understand what makes your cat tick (as well as scratch and purr). Topics range from where to get a cat to securing a vet; from basic health care to treating more serious problems; choosing an inrresistible scratching post and avoiding litterbox problems.

A comprehensive guide to cat care and training, she helps you understand the instincts that guide feline behavior. Using behavior modification and play therapy techniques, she shares successful methods that will help you and your cat build a great relationship.

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"Think like a cat--it''s a tall order but sound advice in a fun book full of expertise and compassion, wisdom, and promise of great cat-filled years to come."
—Roger A. Caras

"An insightful and easy-to-follow tour of the land and language of felines. Even experienced owners will benefit from this book. She''s the queen of cat behavior!"
—Steve Dale, author of My Pet World

"If you have a cat, buy ths book. If you know someone who shares their home with a cat, buy it for them!"
—Mark Waldrop, DVM, Nashville Cat Clinic

About the Author

Pam Johnson-Bennett  hosted the Animal Planet UK series "Psycho Kitty." She is best-selling author of 7 books on cat behavior. With a career that began in 1982, Pam is considered a pioneer in the field of cat behavior consulting. 

Pam was vice president of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants and the founder and longtime chair of the IAABC cat division. She served on the American Humane Association''s Advisory Board on Animal Behavior and Training and the American Humane Association Cat Health and Welfare Forum. She is also on the Advisory Board for Tree House Humane Society. She lectures worldwide at veterinary conferences and animal welfare organizations.

Pam is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Winn Feline Foundation Media Award and the IAABC cat division award.

In addition to her work with cats, Pam is the co-author of Cookies for Dinner. This book chronicles the funny and often embarrassing side of motherhood. The sequel to Cookies for Dinner is set for release in late 2015/early2016. 

Pam owns Cat Behavior Associates, LLC. Website catbehaviorassociates.com

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Kayla
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I highly recommend this book for any type of cat owner
Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2016
I highly recommend this book for any type of cat owner, new or old. I decided to get this book because my 14 year old cat passed away suddenly. I got her as a kitten in 6th grade, and she was awesome, but I couldn''t remember most details of raising a kitten and... See more
I highly recommend this book for any type of cat owner, new or old.

I decided to get this book because my 14 year old cat passed away suddenly. I got her as a kitten in 6th grade, and she was awesome, but I couldn''t remember most details of raising a kitten and also wanted to see advice on behavior modification. This book covers everything. I really liked the section about playtime because it honestly did make me "Think like a Cat" in terms of what playtime means for theme and how to make it meaningful for them.

After reading this book I feel much more prepared for my two kittens I will be getting in a month and a half. It helped me make a list of products I need to buy for them (toys, grooming supplies, medicine), and there really is a chapter for any issue you need help with or may face in the future.
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James
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A great book for cat owners, that has a lot of information without being too technical.
Reviewed in the United States on October 4, 2016
I have loved cats since, at age three of four my mother humored me and took in a stray orange cat that I named Meow Meow. I had a recent catless period of several years that ends this Saturday, when I will be adopting a beautiful blue point traditional Siamese kitten.... See more
I have loved cats since, at age three of four my mother humored me and took in a stray orange cat that I named Meow Meow. I had a recent catless period of several years that ends this Saturday, when I will be adopting a beautiful blue point traditional Siamese kitten. nonetheless, I haven''t had a cat for several years, and was feeling a bit out date on my knowledge.

My reaction to that feeling of insufficient knowledge has been to devour a number of books about cats. of the various books that I have read on cats, this one was the one I enjoyed the most. It has a lot of information without being dry or overly dense and technical, making it ideal for most cat owners. (incidentally, If you do want an excellent and very academic book on feline behavior, I highly recommend The Domestic Cat: The Biology of its Behaviour , which is a superb book as well (just be aware that it is highly technical and academic, and definitely not light reading).

All told, if you are getting a new cat, want to update your general cat ownership knowledge (I found the cat toys section especially helpful, due to my long catless period, for example) including suggestions or just want to be a better owner to your existing cat, you''ll probably find a lot to like in this book.

Pros:
-lots of good information
-The author''s writing style is very pleasant and conversational.

Cons:
-While it reads easily enough, it''s also not a "for dummies" book, so it may be a bit more involved than you may want if you aren''t much of a reader, or are giving it to a loved one in hopes that they''ll learn how to better interact with your cat or cats.
-The author *really* pushes clumping clay litter in her liter section. There are some good reasons to consider other litter options ( pine pellets, the Purina Tidy Cats Breeze Litter System Cat Litter - 1 Kit , the CatGenie Self Washing Self Flushing Cat Box , etc), especially if a household member has breathing problems (My housemate has asthma, so the dust from clumping litter would be a real issue for her, for example).
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A must for ALL cat owners - current and prospective!
Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2017
Hi, wife here using the husband''s account. I love this book! I am a licensed veterinary technician, a life-long cat owner, and I am so grateful that I picked this up. I''ve learned a lot to help me both with my two cats and with my patients at work. I truly wish... See more
Hi, wife here using the husband''s account.

I love this book! I am a licensed veterinary technician, a life-long cat owner, and I am so grateful that I picked this up. I''ve learned a lot to help me both with my two cats and with my patients at work. I truly wish we could stock this book in my clinic and hand it out to all cat owners - especially those who think cats are low-maintenance little dogs. Cats are unique little snowflakes with all sorts of quirks who can be easy, wonderful pets. And most of the time they are - until they''re not. Problem cats, whether medical or behavioral, are difficult to solve and most solutions take way more time than people anticipate. Reading this book can help prevent the problem before it happens. Even if you don''t take all the advice (I definitely don''t), you can definitely work on making your cat''s life more comfortable and easy, as well as improving your bond with your cat.
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A good, solid book
Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2019
This book is primarily aimed at people who are getting a cat for the first time, and is heavy on that cat being a kitten. That is not to say that veteran cat ‘servants’ would not find new approaches or even new information in the book. She likes to use clicker training,... See more
This book is primarily aimed at people who are getting a cat for the first time, and is heavy on that cat being a kitten. That is not to say that veteran cat ‘servants’ would not find new approaches or even new information in the book. She likes to use clicker training, and the use of treats for behavioral training of your cat. And it seems the assumption is that you have only one cat, although introductions of new cats (or dogs) into the household is done in fairly good detail. There is an extensive medical appendix in the book, as well as a check list for first aid.

Her section on getting a cat, either from a shelter or a breeder is quite well done. And she goes over the pros and cons of cats with different fur lengths. What she didn’t mention is that sometimes the cat will select you. In other words, you look at a cat, and the cat does something special that makes an association with you. Often those turn out to be the best adoptions.

Not all the chapters are equally strong, but getting your cat to use a scratching post or pad is very well covered, going over common mistakes new cat ‘servants’ can make. There is also a focus of looking at your household from the standpoint of your eyes being 10" above the ground, or in other words, at cat level. It allows one to see dangers and hazards that one may not think about.

She also emphasizes that your cat will be used to a routine, and upsetting that routine can result in behavioral issues. In other words, as the title of the book states, she wants you to think like a cat. She wants you to have a happy cat, which is rewarding for both of you.

She covers litter box issues well. Again, a lot of that involves routine, and also placement. Disrupt a cat''s routine, and it may result in a litter box issue. Place them in the wrong places, and the same result can happen. And changes can mean a medical issue.

There is a good section of food, although I do take some issue with some of her approaches. But as she makes clear, a good quality food will pay for itself many times over.

Her section on play emphasizes engaging your cat’s hunting/prey instincts. And she seems to favor treat balls, where a small treat falls out as your cat swats and chases the ball. But most importantly, use interactive play with your cat, and for that the inexpensive Cat Dancer is great, and I use that with my cats. Laser pointers can be fun, but realize that they cannot catch the red dot, so it deprives the cat of the “kill”.

While it is mentioned a lot, I wish she had been more obvious about the need for vertical separations in a multi-cat household. A little too opaque for my experience. Yes, she points out how a cat tree, not only being great for a cat, with more than one provides vertical separation. But really, if a dominant cat is in the middle of a room, and the other cat can cross the room at a different level, there will be a lot more harmony in the house.

And if your cat passes on, there is a lot of good information presented to help you with the process, be it yourself, or with other pets in the household who cannot understand why one of their friends is missing, or explaining to your children what happened. And, if one makes a decision to get another cat, it is not a replacement, so do not try and match a new cat with what your deceased cat looked like.
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Judith H. Shea
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An excellent book, especially good for those who didn''t think there was all that much to learn about cats!
Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2014
I''m still reading this book, but I love it!! Right from the start, just looking at that adorable kitten image on the cover, I was hooked. It answers lots of questions I had (I don''t have my own cat yet) and teaches me a lot about how cats think. In many cases, it''s like... See more
I''m still reading this book, but I love it!! Right from the start, just looking at that adorable kitten image on the cover, I was hooked. It answers lots of questions I had (I don''t have my own cat yet) and teaches me a lot about how cats think. In many cases, it''s like humans think, as far as I can see!! Especially useful to me is how cats liked to be touched and not touched. Also the "click and treat'' method of training kittens, I had never heard of!! Once you''ve read this book, you will never again think, "Cat''s can''t be trained." Pam Johnson-Bennett has a very warm heart for cats! You can feel it all through the book! Maybe a little less warm for people who are dumb or careless about how to treat cats in a good way!! Her writing style is lively and interesting, and is especially enjoyable in how she describes the behavior of a cats who are being treated with insensitivity by their owners. A bit of exaggeration makes you really be able to see why treating a cat without knowing what you are doing can be unpleasant for the cat—and unpleasant for you!
All kinds of things are covered, from the emotions and needs of a cat to the host of medical problems a cat can get. I learned that cats like to live not only in a horizontal world, but a vertical world (think of cats climbing trees outside, and get a cat tree) (or kitty might climb your curtains! plus be bored) There''s lots about the litter box, too. Peeing outside the litter box isn''t to "piss YOU off." It could be just that the box needs to be changed. But peeing on your pillow might well be to let you know she doesn''t like something you or doing, or in the case of visiting boyfriends, she might not like YOU. I learned that cats need to feel they OWN certain areas in your (their) house especially when there are other cats around. Or kids, and they will keep that area marked with their scent. Even just one level on the cat tree. They tend to need their own area to feel secure. Also, there are many ways cat''s don''t like being touched. I sort of knew this already—but keep an eye on your cat while you are patting them—they will start to show signs that they are getting tired of it, and you might wind up with a scratch on your hand. (I remember telling my friendly visiting cat, when I was brushing her and she was getting restless and I didn''t want her to scratch me (again), "It''s okay if you get down when you are tired of this!" And from then on, she''d get off my lap and leave when she was ready!! One of the most important things I learned about cats is not to think of them as "aloof" and unloving just because they are not just like dogs. Cats can be very loving—just look at all the images of them you can find online with their heads resting on their owners shoulder with their eyes beatifically closed in heavenly sleep! And why do they always sit on your book or your keyboard!? They long for your attention! But we need to remember that, just like humans, if they are not treated with love and guidance as kittens, they can bear emotional scars for the rest of their lives. Oh, and I must mention how extremely important it is for each cat to have a scratching post to use (they can share, of course.) Not only does it help them to shed their claw husks, but they use it to exercise all the muscles in their body, every day, as well as relieving stress. I suppose that could be one of the most important thing I learned that I hadn''t realized—how sensitive cats are to all aspects of their environment, and how stressed and anxious they can get— and how that leads to cat behavior we tend to dislike. Well, more things I''ve learned from this book keep coming into my mind, so I guess I''ll sign off now. There will be a lot left to learn when you buy this book, which you should do if you learned about cats many years ago, as I did, when we just "had" our cats, fed them, and chased them off the kitchen counters and let them outside and inside and back outside again. ("a door is something that a cat wants to be on the other side of"—remember that joke?) Dogs got all the training methods and respect!
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Sara R.
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extremely helpful
Reviewed in the United States on January 13, 2020
I''m almost done with the book, and have had an interest into looking into cats and changing their behavior. I was a bit stuck with my new cat so I bought total cat mojo by jackson galaxy and It helped. I bought this book too and this one is filling in the rest of the gaps... See more
I''m almost done with the book, and have had an interest into looking into cats and changing their behavior. I was a bit stuck with my new cat so I bought total cat mojo by jackson galaxy and It helped. I bought this book too and this one is filling in the rest of the gaps in my knowledge and the past week I have seen much better behavior from my pooper. She''s been letting me pet her without biting! Very happy!!! I can''t recommended this book more, the information from this book is absolutely critical.
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Jessica Feng
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Easy and informative read for first time cat parents
Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2020
As a first time cat parent, I wanted as much information as possible about cat care. I am so glad I read this book! The information was very digestible and organized in a straightforward way. I appreciated the appendix, index, and list of resources. I wish more people would... See more
As a first time cat parent, I wanted as much information as possible about cat care. I am so glad I read this book! The information was very digestible and organized in a straightforward way. I appreciated the appendix, index, and list of resources. I wish more people would read cat care books and do their research before embarking on cat parenthood. So if you were to only read one book, read this one!
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Tiffany
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Great Guide
Reviewed in the United States on July 27, 2020
I am preparing to adopt my first cat soon and wanted to prepare myself to be a cat mom. This book covered a lot— food, litter, optimal environments, behavioral considerations, introduction to other pets, medical issues, and even how to get optimal photos of your kitty! It... See more
I am preparing to adopt my first cat soon and wanted to prepare myself to be a cat mom. This book covered a lot— food, litter, optimal environments, behavioral considerations, introduction to other pets, medical issues, and even how to get optimal photos of your kitty! It gave slightly more detailed information than what I could find on the internet. Provided pros and cons of particular cat-owner choices, was divided into easy-to-navigate sections, and didn’t ramble or talk down to the reader. I enjoyed this read!
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Dr. R White
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Great read - even for people who have looked after cats before
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 26, 2021
We are bringing home a Siberian kitten and this book was recommended to me - despite not being breed specific. I have really enjoyed reading this book - it is engaging and not dry. There is lots of medical information at the back of the book which will be useful to dip in...See more
We are bringing home a Siberian kitten and this book was recommended to me - despite not being breed specific. I have really enjoyed reading this book - it is engaging and not dry. There is lots of medical information at the back of the book which will be useful to dip in and out of over the course of a cats life. I had four cats at different times many years ago which I inherited in different ways. Only one was particularly affectionate and from reading this book I can now understand why. I didn''t realise the importance of a kittens early years in determining the behaviour of an adult cat or the importance of play for building up a bond with a cat. I also didn''t even think about needing to brush a cats teeth so that it doesn''t suffer from dental problems as it gets older (for anyone interested there are some good videos on Youtube on how to brush a cats teeth which I looked at because of this book). I don''t want to repeat the mistakes of my past and hope to be the best cat owner I can be thanks to all of the advice in this book.
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Barbara O.
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Great help
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 28, 2018
I recently got 2 kittens and having no experience of my own (only my boyfriend and a few friends who owned cats in the past) I found this book very informative, with no unnecessary breakdown of different breeds etc. It covers all topics I could imagine, maybe not in the...See more
I recently got 2 kittens and having no experience of my own (only my boyfriend and a few friends who owned cats in the past) I found this book very informative, with no unnecessary breakdown of different breeds etc. It covers all topics I could imagine, maybe not in the greatest imaginable depths but it''s enough for me. Highly recommend.
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A useful and interesting book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 19, 2021
I grew up with a house literally full of cats. I’ve catsit countless times. I thought I knew cats. Then I invited an 8 week kitten into my life. Last of the litter, and hand-reared due to complex labour. Solo kitten too. Man, it’s up to me to teach the dude how to cat…. So...See more
I grew up with a house literally full of cats. I’ve catsit countless times. I thought I knew cats. Then I invited an 8 week kitten into my life. Last of the litter, and hand-reared due to complex labour. Solo kitten too. Man, it’s up to me to teach the dude how to cat…. So I liked this book a lot. Chapters on play and the psychology of cats particularly important for me. It’s an easy read too; can dip into a chapter. My kitten like it too and has tried to eat it on a couple of occasions.
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Reall good informative book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 5, 2018
I bought this as I have just adopted a kitten and I found this to be a really good informative book. I haven''t read it all yet but already it has given me some very useful information that I did not know although I have had cats before. It''s a good read and a good reference...See more
I bought this as I have just adopted a kitten and I found this to be a really good informative book. I haven''t read it all yet but already it has given me some very useful information that I did not know although I have had cats before. It''s a good read and a good reference book which could be useful to go back to in the future so even if not every part is relevant for me now it is a great book to have. The only downside is that my kitten doesn''t like me reading it and therefore sits on it and likes to chew its pages so I''m hoping it won''t get too damaged. Definitely worth buying.
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I have recently become a first time cat owner. Having owned horses, rabbits, guinea pig''s and dogs I was confident I could adapt quickly to understanding our new family member.... I was wrong! With limited experience with cats I quickly realised that if I wanted to build a...See more
I have recently become a first time cat owner. Having owned horses, rabbits, guinea pig''s and dogs I was confident I could adapt quickly to understanding our new family member.... I was wrong! With limited experience with cats I quickly realised that if I wanted to build a great relationship and help give our rescued cat the life he deserved, I needed help. This book seemed like the ideal place to start! It gave me so much useful information and helped me understand these strange behaviours that our cat was doing - which turned out to be perfectly normal! It is written clearly in chapters for easy reference, I found the references to her experiences useful and funny (although probably not intentionally funny). It has helped me enrich my cats life and also understand so much of his behaviour, it also helped me understand the importance of the locations of food and water. I would recommend this to anyone wanting to enhance their understanding of their cat. The only reason I gave 4 starts is that there is quite a lot of references that are based around the USA which I didn''t find useful.
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