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The Author: Celia Haddon is currently The Daily Telegraph's pet agony aunt and a famous lover and worshipper of cats, having lived with them and loved them since she was a child. She has compiled a number of anthologies in their honour.

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100 Secret Thoughts Cats Have About Humans

One Hundred Secret Thoughts Cats Have About Humans

Release date: 18th September 2003

Want to train your human even more purrfectly? This title has 100 ways to work out your human's weird behaviour and so gain more cat power. Cats rule OK! Here are a few choice tips from the book. Adopt a rescue human. They think they are adopting you. Humans that need homes go to special places where cats are kept. These are rescue humans. Humans can't caterwaul - except in the bath or sometimes when they play the piano. They cannot purr. Cat psychologists suggest that this gap in the human vocal repertoire is due to their lack of inner confidence and serenity. Baby humans don't have anyone of their own age to play with, but it doesn't matter as much as it would for a kitten as they are amazingly retarded. Gay tom humans make the best pets.

Publishers: Hodder & Stoughton, 338 Easton Road, London, NW1 3BH (United Kingdom).

ISBN: 0-340-86170-3

Order at Amazon.co.uk: One Hundred Ways for a Cat to Find Its Inner Kitten

Author: Celia Haddon
List Price: 3.50
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Paperback - 96 pages (Sept, 2003)





One Hundred Ways for a Cat to Find Its Inner Kitten

One Hundred Ways for a Cat to Find Its Inner Kitten

Release date: September 2002

Finding your inner kitten is about finding serenity and peace. It's never too late, at any age, to have a happy kittenhood. The secret of this lies in your ability to integrate and transform your experiences with an inferior species, humans. Stop relying on humans to fulfill your physical, emotional and inner-kitten needs. You must take responsibility for your own welfare. Humans are emotionally inadequate. They cannot understand the purradigm of the cat-human partnership. Humans expect lifelong loyalty and love, failing to understand that this is the human part of the relationship. Their inevitable disappointment warps the relationship. Bowls of food are no substitute for proper hunting. The hard wired instinct to eye, stalk, pounce, tear off feathers and eat prey is unused and the inner kitten is unfulfilled. Catnip mice are no substitute for real mice. Humans enjoy playing with them. We cats do not recognise them as mice though we will occasionally join in this silly human game out of sheer good manners .

Publishers: Hodder & Stoughton, 338 Easton Road, London, NW1 3BH (United Kingdom).

ISBN: 0-340-78721-X

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Author: Celia Haddon
List Price: 2.99
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Paperback - 96 pages (Sept, 2002)





100 Ways

One Hundred Ways for A Cat to Train Its Human

Released: October 2001

This book is an especially good Christmas stocking filler for any human that still needs cat training!

A Proportion of the royalties of this book go to Cats Protection.

Publishers: Hodder & Stoughton, 338 Easton Road, London, NW1 3BH (United Kingdom).

ISBN: 0-340-78605-1

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Author: Celia Haddon
List Price: 2.99
Paperback - 96 pages (Oct, 2001)





Book of Cat Questions and AnswersOrder at Amazon.co.uk: "The Daily Telegraph" Book of Cat Questions and Answers

Celia Haddon
List Price: 6.99
Our Price: 5.59
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Availability: Usually dispatched within 2 to 3 days
Paperback - 162 pages (27 May, 1999)
Constable Robinson; ISBN: 1841190454

Book Jacket: Compiled from the huge assortment of funny, fascinating and sometimes sad letters of cat owners who write to the Daily Telegraph's pet expert Celia Haddon, this book is full of sound advice. It also gives a somewhat sidelong look into the human-feline relationship. Here are the owners who love their cats to distraction, the cats who steal from the neighbours, who bring terrible things home through the catflaps, who wake their owners by lifting their eyelids--and owners who let their cats do this!

Other sections include what to do about cats suffering from stress, neurosis and hysteria, falling hair, fading colour and baldness, rivalries, bullying, sexual frustrations and dog problems. There is the sadness of losing a cat and the cats who just pack up and leave home for no apparent reason.

Entertaining and informative, Cat Questions & Answers brings together the author's extensive practical knowledge of feline behaviour with a welcome dash of quirky humour.





One Hundred Ways to a Happy Cat

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Celia Haddon
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Paperback (21 September, 2000)
Hodder & Stoughton General; ISBN: 0340745983

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