PET CATS: Their Care and Handling by Doris Bryant

PET CATS: Their Care and Handling

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This is a simple, definite, item by item handbook on care, training and treatment by a veterinarian of long experience who believes that cats are not only responsive and rewarding, but capable of much companionship and devotion. How to introduce a new kitten in the home, train him (the use of repellents, scratching posts); feeding; medical care and preventive measures to be taken in the home; grooming; travel and boarding problems; the birth and care of the young- these and many other considerations make up an easy-to-use manual for the home owner. Not as extensive a book as William Carr's The Basic Book of the Cat which Scribner will publish next month.

Publisher: McKay-Washburn