Happy Cat, Happy YouBy Arden Moore
You may have noticed that humans’ attention spans are becoming increasingly shorter, and it keeps getting tougher to teach them new things. That’s why I like this book — it offers a lot of great cat information in small, easy to digest tidbits. In just one or two pages, your human can find out how to create fun new games to play with you, how to introduce a new cat to an existing feline family, ways to keep senior cats extra comfortable and kittens occupied, and even cook you fresh, easy treats (tuna patties, anyone?). Practical concerns are addressed, such as dental health, finding cat-safe plants, and litter box concerns. Humans who have recently devoted themselves to a cat will find lots of basic tips and tricks that will help keep their kitty happy and healthy. Those who are longtime cat companions will discover lots of fun, new ways to pamper and serve their pals. While this doesn’t replace more comprehensive books, I imagine your human will reach for it more often, to get quick information, locate a list or uncover a great website. The whimsical layout and friendly approach makes this book all the more appealing.