Wednesday, June 27, 2007

The Cat's Mind (book review)



The Cat's Mind, by Dr. Bruce Fogle, is the key to deciphering your cat's behavior. It explains the problems of spraying, wandering, and fighting, and it debates about whether neutering is the best thing for your cat or not. The book shows you step-by-step how your cat catches prey. At the end, there are also graphs explaining how neutered males, females, neutered females, and males compare in subjects like hygiene, friendliness to other cats, loudness, etc.

Although this was a highly scientific book and there were some things I didn't quite understand, I still learned a lot from this book and hope to read Bruce Fogle's other book, The Dog's Mind.

I give this book 8 out of 10 stars.

Non-Fiction Five Reading Challenge: 2 books down, 3 to go.

3 comments:

Jean said...

I probably need to read this since there are four feline residents of this house, two neutered females and two neutered males. The relationships between them are amazingly complex. And I just read in another book (a novel) that well-fed house cats may hunt more and better than wild cats since they're doing it for sport not need. I'm still pondering that one.

Debi said...

Jeanne--

I think you'd like this book! It's really interesting!

--Annie

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