This book by Jackson Galaxy and Kate Benjamin is packed with ideas for making your home more cat friendly. Cats at war? Help is in this book! Have a shy cat who hides a lot? No problem! Catification not only has ideas for cat furniture and climbing walls, but it also has information about why cats are the way they are. For example, I discovered that the reason altercations happen on my staircase is because it is a matter of turf. By building a superhighway with multiple lanes for traffic, I can eliminate these altercations. The ideas in here range from $10 cost to $600 or more, so there is something for every budget. If you wish to make life better for the feline(s) in your life, I highly suggest picking up this book. It is a delightful, easy and fast read.
Collection of touching stories about cats and their people. Some will make you laugh while others may make you cry, but all will seem familiar to anyone who has loved several cats in their life.
Humorous collection of drawings of Pusheen the cat and pointers on day to day activities in the life of a cat. I first saw Pusheen on Facebook as an a collection of emoticon art you can add to private messages then saw the book.
Eric Swanson has written a book about kittens. He explores the history of the cat, if you should have a cat and what to expect when you are expecting a cat. This self-help book is a good as a refresher for those who have already owned feline critters and a huge benefit for those new parents of kittens.
Coffee table book with huge beautiful photos of cats and kittens including close ups of eyes, tails, noses etc., whatever will relate to the writing on the accompanying page. The history of cats from recorded history forward is discussed and all sorts of writing and thoughts about cats and living with cats.