Cat Owner's Manual
RTFM before you get a cat
- Book for new and experienced cat owners
- Written in the style of a computer manual
- Useful advice by a veterinarian
You've broken the news to your kitteh that cheezburger is not cat fud. But when your kitty starts tearing up the furniture, spraying on the walls, and getting in a battle royale with your toddler, what's a cat owner to do? They don't exactly give you a handy dandy user manual when you buy a cat. If you buy an electronic gadget, it comes with a great manual in English, Spanish, French, Chinese, and Japanese. Sure, most of the time we just chuck it to the side and start tinkering, but sometimes, we have to reference it for the trickier parts.
The Cat Owner's Manual is written in the technical style you know and love from those electronic gadgets you own and it's full of photos and diagrams that look like they come from our favorite furniture store for college kids and divorced men. (You know the one - if you don't have a home, you can buy one there.) Celebrated veterinarian Dr. David Brunner teams up with acclaimed author Sam Stall to provide a book chock full of useful advice for both new and experienced cat owners. Start out with the "parts list" (in which we learn that nipples are preinstalled docking ports for peripherals, but are inoperable in male models due to circuitry), move on to the many makes and models, home installation, programming, fuel requirements, maintenance, and much more.