Natural Cat, The Comprehensive Guide to Optimum Care
The holistic bible for cat caregivers and a must-have gift for cat lovers—now updated and expanded.
Natural Cat, The Comprehensive Guide to Optimum Care was one of the first books to advocate natural cat care when it was originally published in 1983. Now fully revised and expanded to address the many new discoveries in holistic pet care, this updated edition includes:
-A new introduction detailing the latest advances in holistic care for cats
-Updated statistics, new diet guidelines, and health care recommendations, including the latest on vaccines
-An updated resources section with suggestions for finding a holistic veterinarian and advice on how to deal with conventional veterinarians
-A complete overhaul of language to reflect new attitudes toward caregiving
Combined with classic and reliable advice on grooming, neutering and spaying, common feline health problems, elder cat care, behavioral problems, and emotional bonding, the latest information makes this edition of The Natural Cat the only handbook pet owners will need to naturally nurture a happy, healthy cat.
Everything happens for a reason. It has been eighteen years since the last revision of this book. While eighteen years is much too long to wait, it does allow for a crystal clear view of the contrast between the state of holistic animal health then and now. Nutrient Requirements of Dogs and Cats
Some will say the most important changes are the increased availability of homeopathic remedies, Bach flower remedies, herbal tinctures and formulas, and the fast-growing number of veterinarians who now include one or more of the holistic modalities in their practice. All of these things have certainly made life a lot better for us and the animals we love. You, the animal guardians, have helped to make this happen by stepping up to take the reins into your own hands.
Kidney disease patients are living longer and more comfortably because of you. The Natural Cat taught you to give fluids subcutaneously at home. Such a thing was almost unheard of at the time. But you—the loving and determined guardians—went to your vets, asked for the fluids, and asked for instruction in the technique. If your vets discouraged you from doing it, you went out and found ones who were helpful and supportive. Now vets all over the country are suggesting this at-home therapy as a matter of course. Cats you will never meet are benefitting from your determination. Congratulations!
Control over what happens to the animals we love has shifted further into the hands of their guardians, where it belongs. Keep learning, keep insisting, and enjoy what you have accomplished. The holistic health movement is thriving, and we who love the animals are more influential than ever before.
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