Like John Bradshaw’s Dog Sense, Cat Sense makes sense. Although many have attempted to anticipate a cat’s thinking, it wasn’t until John Bradshaw put it all together that we realize who’s boss. It appears that Bradshaw has captured a cat’s essence as broadly and as deeply as Cesar Millan’s Dog Whisperer.
The author draws cats from the wild and fondly describes their road to domestication. He indicates that cats always retain a certain amount of wildness and must learn what it means to function in a world of humans. The author tries to show the reader a cat’s world from a cat’s point of view. And he does so in a unique and brilliant fashion. He clarifies cat’s role with humans, emphasizing how important it is for a cat to feel free and independent. Any cat parent can readily testify to that.
At the end of the book, he gives us a glimpse of what’s in store for our feline friends. Well-written and thoughtful, Bradshaw shares his passion for this incredible animal. The read is not only quite informative but engaging. Through Bradshaw’s painstaking efforts to compile the work, we begin to see a creature well worth our intellectual and practical participation.
|Page Count||336 pages|
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