Book and Product Reviews

A nice part of my ‘job’ as a writer and web host is that many people send me copies of their books or products to review.

This section will contain reviews of books and products related to cats and cat care. I will write up the reviews of the books or products that I have been sent and if you’ve read these books, or used these products, your comments/feedback will be invaluable.

If there is a cat book you have read that you’d like to review for this website, please submit the details (title, author, ISBN number, publisher) to me via the ‘contact us’ link.  I don’t have the facilities on this site for your reviews/comments to be added immediately, unfortunately, so your review will be added at the next website update and you will be notified by email. 

The product review will work in the same way and the information required will be whether or not it can be purchased from a website. If so, please include the site’s details. If you have any photos of your cats actually playing with the toy, or using the product (feline endorsement is the PURRFECT kind!) then you may submit it with your review.

Occasionally, we will feature interviews with popular authors.

 

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Title Published Date Author
Under the paw 01 July 2012 Written by Tom Cox
The Therapist's Cat 20 June 2012 Written by Stephanie Sorrell
A street cat named Bob 29 April 2012 Written by James Bowen
I'd rather be a cat: the official 'better than dogs' book 29 March 2012 Written by Allia Zobel Nolan
Cats have staff - the Saffi and Misa diaries 31 January 2012 Written by Ingrid Hooper
Ghost cats: human encounters with feline spirits 24 December 2011 Written by Dusty Rainbolt
Sex and the kitty 07 September 2011 Written by Nancy the Cat
Utterly gorgeous cats 26 June 2011 Written by Pam Brown
So easy to love, so hard to lose 12 May 2011 Written by Laurie Kaplan
Making the rounds with Oscar 07 May 2011 Written by Dr David Dosa

Five Good Reasons for Having Your Cat Neutered

  • Reduces fighting, injury and noise
  • Reduces spraying and smelling
  • Much less likely to wander and get lost
  • Safer from diseases like feline AIDS, mammary tumours and feline leukaemia
  • Reduces the number of unwanted kittens

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