Find out what your cat is thinking with a guide to the 100 most common feline behavioral traits
From raking the dirt and kneading their paws to chattering their teeth at birds and meowing when you open a can of food, Cat Body Language looks at the postures cats adopt in and around the home, with other felines, and with their humans. Using animal psychology, it explains how cats generally react in stressful situations, such as during a visit to the vet, and features a whole section devoted to the cat's most expressive body part: the tail. Beautiful photographs show you how to strengthen the bond with your pet by successfully interpreting its stresses and fears.
Trevor Warner graduated with a degree in veterinary surgery from Edinburgh University in 1981. He worked at animal hospitals and clinics in Sussex and Wiltshire, England, for over eighteen years before starting his own practice in Melksham, where he offers a wide range of veterinary care, including animal behaviour clinics. He has many animals, including five cats, two dogs, a retired racehorse, chickens and geese.