A lively guide to cat ownership written for kids, featuring practical information on care and training along with rewarding ways to play and bond with a feline friend. This fun and practical cat care book written just for kids will guide young cat owners in how to provide a safe, healthy environment, deliver daily care, and ensure positive interactions and rewarding, long-term relationships with feline friends. Pet expert Arden Moore helps kids understand how cats think and what they need to be happy and healthy, whether socialising a spunky new kitten or welcoming an adult cat into a household. Along with essentials on topics such as how to read a cat’s body language and proper litter box protocol, fun and fascinating features cover the history of cat-human relationships, why and how cats purr, ‘ask the vet’ Q&As, trivia, DIY cat toys, and even tips for training a cat to come when called (yes, you can!). Information-packed and filled with photography and colorful illustrations that infuse each page with feline energy, A Kid’s Guide to Cats equips kids with everything they need to know to be great cat caretakers and companions. AGES: 8 to 12 AUTHOR: Arden Moore is the author of more than two dozen books on cats and dogs, including The Cat Behavior Answer Book, The Dog Behavior Answer Book, and Real Food for Dogs. She hosts the award-winning Oh! Behave Show on Pet Life Radio and travels North America teaching pet first aid and pet behaviour classes with her dog, Kona, and cat, Casey. She has appeared on hundreds of radio and television shows and is an in-demand speaker at pet conferences. SELLING POINTS: . Interesting and essential information on cat history, behaviour, and health is presented in a visually engaging way and with an inviting, entertaining voice designed to motivate and inspire kids to become more involved in caring for and appreciating their cat. . Arden Moore is an enthusiastic ambassador for pet-human interaction, known for her award-winning books, radio show, and nationwide presentations. . Many kids are eager to have a cat, but need guidance on how to interact with and care for one.