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The holistic bible for cat caregivers—now updated and expanded.

was one of the first books to advocate natural cat care when it was originally published in 1983. Now fully revised and expanded to address the many new discoveries in holistic pet care, this edition includes:

-A new introduction detailing the latest advances in holistic care for cats
-Updated statistics, new diet guidelines, and health care recommendations, including the latest on vaccines
-An updated resources section with suggestions for finding a holistic veterinarian and advice on how to deal with conventional veterinarians
-A complete overhaul of language to reflect new attitudes toward caregiving

Combined with classic and reliable advice on grooming, neutering and spaying, common feline health problems, elder cat care, behavioral problems, and emotional bonding, the latest information makes this edition of the only handbook pet owners will need to naturally nurture a happy, healthy cat.

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Holistic Cat Care and Natural Remedies - Shirley's Wellness Cafe

Here is My Personal Choice Selection of Natural Cat Care Books available at Amazon. Combined with classic and reliable advice on grooming, neutering and spaying, common feline health problems, elder cat care, behavioral problems, and emotional bonding, the latest information makes this edition of the only handbook pet owners will need to naturally nurture a happy, healthy cat.

Holistic Cat Care and Natural Remedies

There is a lot of useful information here, but not much I hadn't figured out for myself, being the caretaker of ten cats, ages 2 to 20. Common sense and, yes, a fair amount of intuition, goes a long way; if a pet owner doesn't already possess those qualities then a book isn't going to help much. I disagree with her raw food recipes, primarily because she recommends ground meat, which is natural for a cat (or any carnivore)--ever see a lion feed bits of gazelle into a meat grinder to make a tasty pate? Didn't think so. You will also never see a lion cook up a mess of steamed broccoli to go on the side. But that's a whole 'nother rant for a whole 'nother forum.

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The Natural Cat Care Blog owes a debt of gratitude to many wonderful influences – several of whom contradict each other at times. It’s an ever-growing list: Books by cat experts (listed below) A couple of wonderful holistic vets in the San Francisco Bay Area: Anne Reed, DVM and Gary Richter, DVM Miscellaneous Internet research-especially […]The tragedy is that I feel may I have been able to prevent the cancer. I had studied natural cat care before, but I didn’t have all the right info and I didn’t know how to without having a cat reject them.One of my biggest motivations for getting more serious about natural cat care and eventually creating this blog was that I had a diagnosed with high-grade intestinal lymphoma–and I was knocked flat with despair and shock.Synopsis: This volume looks at holistic health care for cats. It aims to treat the whole cat with preventative and supportive remedies to improve his The first section gives a detailed look at everyday cat care, to help him maintain the emotional and physical balance to keep him healthy and strong. The second section of the book introduces the physical, medical and energy therapies available, what they are used for and how they work, including massage, homeopathy, herbalism, aromatherapy, acupuncture, and flower remedies. The final section of the book looks at how to make full use of natural therapies to treat physical and emotional problems in cats, to cure or control behavioural problems or to relieve the stress of pain of an unwell cat. Suitable holistic remedies are offered for a full range of common ailments, including first aid to help give a cat at home when accidents occur, and ways to comfort a terminally-ill or dying cat.