This is it, folks! The 'bible' on catifying. A great source of inspiration, rather than a direct 'how-to' book. You'll need to adjust the ideas to fit your budget.
Lots of sound theory grounded in feline behavioural needs married to the reason why practical catification is necessary. Many examples, unfortunately, are from home-owners or apartment-dwellers where drilling into the walls is fine :(
A true story. And a great tale of personal recovery from drug-addiction and the love of a streetcat that made it possible. Much better than the movie!
I remember thoroughly enjoying this follow-up to the first "Bob" book just as much as the original. As to specifically why, I can't exactly recall. Am going to have to re-read it :)
I picked this up from The Public Pet in Kaimuki. It's a great little book, full of good chuckles that only us cat people will understand. Again, it's the kind of book you pull out once a year and read in half an hour. Still a great addition to your bookshelf.
OK, so Lara the cat is only mentioned a couple of times in the final chapter, but this story is so endearing that I wanted to include it here anyway. Even if you have no interest in ultra-marathon running, you'll love the feel-good nature of this amazing, true story!
Bob Walker was catifying his house before the term 'catification' existed. An extremely colourful book that will suit home-owners who possess serious carpentry skills. For others, like me, it's nice for inspiration and dreaming.
Easy-reading, personable and full of true situations and actual events that help us all understand our kitties that little bit much better. You'll laugh. You'll cry. I certainly did!
A thoroughly enjoyable book that uses real-life examples of human/animal interaction to philosophize on what is going on inside the mind of all animals, homo sapiens included. 5 stars!
This book is hilarious! It's hugely pictorial; not much text. It's the kind of book you pull out once every 6 months, read in 20 minutes and laugh out loud over! 5 stars!
OK. This is going to sound pathetic, but I can't remember anything about this book apart from the fact that I loved it. I guess it's time to read it again!
The tagline to this book is "Tap into your cat's intelligence through the world of feline cognition" - and I couldn't have put it better myself. From sensory perception to sensory processing this book is fascinating and an easy read!
I kind of enjoyed this book, for the most part. Focusing mainly on Jackson Galaxy's struggles, it wasn't quite what I expected. My fault for having a preconceived notion about it. It definitely lets you into his personal life story.
This is an easy read, but if you've worked your way through some of the major works you won't pick up much that is new. Still, it's good to be reminded of what we already 'know'. I disagree on her dismissal of laser-chasing. As long as you end it on a hidden treat, it has closure and is a good activity.
It's not often I open a book and find myself, many hours and glasses of wine later, finishing it in one sitting. But, I did with this. Mostly told from the perspective of Prudence, the cat, the development of the characters' relationships is gripping.