Purrs of Wisdom: Conscious Living, Feline Style

Purrs of Wisdom by Ingrid KingPurrs of Wisdom: Conscious Living, Feline Style
By Ingrid King

Wisdom comes by being teachable. This makes author Ingrid King a very wise woman indeed because not only has she learned lots from us kitties — she shares her lessons with other humans! If you read her book, Buckley’s Story, or follow her blog, The Conscious Cat, you already have benefitted from the lessons Ms. King’s cats have taught her. Now, with Purrs of Wisdom, she has gathered some of the most valuable feline lessons and offered them to human readers in need of our vast stores of knowledge. Are you working too hard? Not getting enough sleep? Feeling anxious? You know a kitty would never let that happen to herself, and here you will find tips on how to cope. Don’t worry — the advice is not too feline-centric to be useful for humans (the chapter on purging, for example, is about clearing out clutter, not hairballs). But even though these lessons are translated for biped use (cats don’t need to be reminded to breathe or enjoy some fresh air; humans do), Ms. King gives us cats props in many different ways. She features her cats, past and present, throughout the book and explains how living with kitties can help humans de-stress, stay healthy and relax. Want to live an authentic life? Watch your own cat and learn — and give this book a read.

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  1. says

    Great review. TW is learning to read the signals I give her. Yesterday, she took my little tunnel and put it in the hallway so it’s out of the way of all the clutter in the living room. Then today, she moved my cat tree away from the Christmas tree so I can use it and play on it. I’m not a happy kitty where all week I’ve been very stressed.

  2. says

    Hum–maybe my Baby should read this–she is the most stressed out cat I know!! Of course I don’t always hop to it when she is demanding something–but really–telling me when to go to bed and when to get up (2 AM) by literally making leaping jumps onto my body in various places and although not fat-she is muscle bound.. She will allow me to go back to sleep AFTER I feed her–sometimes. And to stop her from meowing loudly in the living room I now have to close her in with me at night!! Yes, I certainly think she needs to read this book———-

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