Meditations For Cats Who Do Too Much: Learning To Take Things One Life At A Time

Paperback | August 1, 1993

byMichael Cader

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At last, the breakthrough self-help book that will change the lives—all nine of them—of cats across America!
 
As America’s favorite pets, cats are showered with attention. But celebrity sometimes has cat-astrophic effects. The truth is, felines are succumbing to eating disorders, chronic fatigue, and obsessive behavior (mostly cleaning), as well as shedaholism.
 
Now help is at hand (and paw). These words of comfort and meditative advice offer compassionate solutions to such  problems as:
-       chasing your own tail
-       overcoming fear when the Higher Power leaves for the weekend
-       coping with the compulsion to sit on every piece of furniture in the house, every day
 
For dysfunctional felines everywhere, for every cat who wants to discover the kitten within—and for those who love them—this book is indeed the cat’s meow.

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As America's favorite pets, cats are showered with attention, both at home and in the media. Until now, no one has faced the impact this celebrity has on the cats themselves: the truth is, felines are succumbing to eating disorders, chronic fatigue, obsessive behavior and shadaholism. Illus

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At last, the breakthrough self-help book that will change the lives—all nine of them—of cats across America! As America’s favorite pets, cats are showered with attention. But celebrity sometimes has cat-astrophic effects. The truth is, felines are succumbing to eating disorders, chronic fatigue, and obsessive behavior (mostly cleaning)...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 7.15 × 5.08 × 0.3 inPublished:August 1, 1993Publisher:Penguin Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:014017799X

ISBN - 13:9780140177992

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As America's favorite pets, cats are showered with attention, both at home and in the media. Until now, no one has faced the impact this celebrity has on the cats themselves: the truth is, felines are succumbing to eating disorders, chronic fatigue, obsessive behavior and shadaholism. Illus