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The Cat Who Cried for Help

Attitudes, Emotions, and the Psychology of Cats


Nicholas H. Dodman, D.V.M. (View Bio)
Hardcover: Bantam Books, 1997; Paperback: Bantam Books, 1999.

The Cat Who Cried for Help

"There's a new pet savior in town — Dr. Nicholas Dodman brings the same wisdom, warmth, and miracle working to cats that pet lovers cheered in The Dog Who Loved Too Much. Every pet owner who loves their cat should buy this book." — Michael Capuzzo, author of WILD THINGS and MUTTS: AMERICA'S DOGS

"I applaud Dr. Dodman's approach. His book establishes a new frontier for the veterinary profession and is essential reading for all who live with cats." — Dr. Michael W. Fox, author of UNDERSTANDING YOUR CAT and Vice-President of The Humane Society of the United States

"Dr. Dodman provides a wealth of useful tips to cat owners on how to understand and change or curb your problem kitty's comportment." — The Arizona Republic

"An engaging, literate, storytelling Scottish vet, Dodman is a super scientist as well as a fine writer.... Cat lovers can expect a treat." — Newsday

"A wonderful and splendid follow-up to THE DOG WHO LOVED TOO MUCH, THE CAT WHO CRIED FOR HELP presents a thoughtful and creative approach to changing detrimental behavior in animals who depend on our goodwill.... Dr. Dodman uses fascinating case studies to illustrate his points, and his writing is very witty and shining with respect and affection.... I love Dr. Dodman's work!" — Elizabeth Marshall Thomas, author of THE TRIBE OF THE TIGER and THE HIDDEN LIFE OF DOGS

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