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CatWise: America’s Favorite Cat Expert Answers Your Cat Behavior Questions

Top feline behavior expert (and author of Penguin’s bestselling Think Like a Cat and Cat vs. Cat) answers the 150 questions most often asked by puzzled cat owners. Even those of us who have lived with and loved our cats for decades are constantly stymied by their seemingly inexplicable acts, or have questions about why ...

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Think Like a Cat: How to Raise a Well-Adjusted Cat–Not a Sour Puss

This is a fully revised and updated edition of the bestselling feline behaviour bible. Thanks to her regular appearances in the media and at veterinary conferences and humane organizations, most cat parents already recognize Pam Johnson-Bennett as the authority on all things feline.  The award-winning author and host of Animal Planet UK’s Psycho Kitty, has ...

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Cat Vs. Cat: Keeping Peace When You Have More Than One Cat

In this companion to her successful introduction to cat behavior Think Like a Cat, Pam Johnson-Bennett, the award-winning author and host of Animal Planet UK’s Psycho Kitty, shows how adding another cat to your home does not have to be the start of a kitty apocalypse. Although cats are often misunderstood as natural loners, Johnson-Bennett ...

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Starting from Scratch: How to Correct Behavior Problems in Your Adult Cat

The award-winning author of Think Like a Cat tells how to turn problem cats into purr- fect pets Certified Animal Behavior Consultant Pam Johnson-Bennett, author of Think Like a Cat, is back to help readers bring out their pet’s inner pussycat regardless of the cat’s age. Geared specifically for owners of adult cats, be they ...

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Psycho Kitty: Tips for Solving Your Cat’s Crazy Behavior

Meet evil Espresso, who likes to sink his teeth into houseguests; Hannah, who uses walls as scratching posts; and Spencer, who sneaks into showers. Armed with 30 years of experience, award-winning author and host of Animal Planet UK’s TV series Psycho Kitty, Pam Johnson-Bennett tackles these tough kitty cases and outlines behavioral techniques, including play ...

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Panic Early, Panic Often: more true stories from two moms in their quest to survive motherhood

PUT YOUR HEAD BETWEEN YOUR KNEES AND TAKE A FEW DEEP BREATHS….. Join the Two Loons as they continue to careen down the path of motherhood. In Cookies for Dinner, co-authors, Pam and Kae shared their experiences of early motherhood. If you thought that getting through the diaper wars and successfully engineering “the potty train” ...

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Cookies for Dinner: The Tales of Two Moms in Their Quest to Survive Motherhood

Mothers don’t need another “how to” book on parenting. What they need is to know that they’re not the only ones who stand on the supermarket checkout line and share potty training horror stories with total strangers. You can find plenty of books, relatives, and therapists who are happy to tell you how to become ...

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Hiss and Tell: True Stories from the Files of a Cat Shrink

Meet Mambo, the cat who attacks his owner, but only on Sundays, and Bonsai, the cat whose dislike for the new boyfriend becomes very embarrassing. What secret does Freddie know about his owner’s new wife? In this offbeat and illuminating book, feline behavior expert and host of Animal Planet Uk’s Psycho Kitty, Pam Johnson-Bennett, takes you ...

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32 comments

  1. What book do you suggest for giving my client’s for the loss of their cat? I see many on Amazon but was not sure if you had written anything.

  2. Hi
    I live in the UK. Where can I get Pam’s books.
    Many thanks

    Colin

  3. We have a stray cat who brought on her one week old kittens into my mom’s bedroom closet..they are now outside the closet .we have bedding and toys for them..and had to make a barricade of boxes and whatever we could find to keep them contained until we can find something that’s better like a playpen please suggest what to look for I purchased one and it’s way too high and the mother cat needs access in and out of it she’s an indoor outdoor cat and we’re a little frustrated as did little kittens are getting very adventurous and then you finding ways to get out we are concerned for the safety and also when do you start giving them a small litter box please advise what do I look for as far as a playpen area I purchase something online on order and it looks like a playpen 10th and I also purchased an exercise gate or offense and brought it home and it’s way too high and not doable for the mother cat to get in and out of while we’re not home and keep the kittens contained please help with your advice and we do plan on adopting two and finding homes for the other three they are four weeks old and we just need some guidance thank you

  4. My kitten poops in the litterbox…then she takes her poop out onto the floor and plays with it,and we find it(with cat litter still attatched to it all over the room! My son wants to get rid of her..I wanna fix the problem….PLEASE HELP!

  5. I lost a cat that I had for 16 yrs, my other cat who is 9 yrs grew up with him, he now meows all the time, I’m sad and try to pay attention to him as much as I can but not sure what to do for him, can you give me some advice on this.

  6. Adopted a Six Year Old Male Cat…For the first two weeks he was fine…As we began the thrid week his mood began to change suddenly….He would be friendly and social coming to me for petting….Than he would hiss at me and began growling. He has been to the vet and is up to date with all shots….I just don’t know where this behavior is coming from…he is light a light switch on and off with his temperament…..

  7. My cat has started urinating in my bed. It has happened about 5times over past 6 months. I keep his box clean so am at a loss what to do

  8. Hi Pam. We need your help. We just adopted a 10 month old female cat. We already have a male very skiddish ( he is very sensitive) cat. I kept them separate for the first few days ( with baby gates) but jay didn’t last for more than s couple of days so I let them try to adjust to each other. Terrible idea. My male cat won’t come out from under the bed. He only comes out to dart outside ( he always has gone out during the day) and takes almost an hour to get back in now. Given the fear of him not coming in one night, I decided to keep him in for a few days until things can calm down and perhaps he can adjust. I have put the new cat in another room to I’ve him the freedom of the house but he will not come out and go to the bathroom. It’s worrying me. It’s been 24 hours. I plan to go to the vet if we wake up and he hasn’t gone. How do I fix this??? I know I introduced them improperly and I feel like it’s just gonna be awful forever. I feel terrible for both of them 🙁 PLEASE HELP. Thank you! Karen

  9. I am fostering a stray kitten for a friend’s rescue organization. I have had him one week. May be 2 months old? Not sure. Small box is just for him, in his “apartment” (aka my downstairs bathroom). At first he didn’t do anything in box. I put some poop in and covered it. Now he poops in box but still pees ouside on paper. Never have had this problem .

  10. I have five cats and least two of them usually love to get into my room mates things as well are aggressive with her two cats whom are normally in her bedroom. My cats try to get in, make noise and will fight with her cats when get in, how can I put a stop to this asap and have them all be happy?I really need some suggestions wise kind advice, I know yelling or slapping would do no good and I’m nonviolent!

  11. Roberta Gifford

    When l get home my boy us waiting by the door..I give him belly rubs change cloths and feed him his wet food..little more love..out to balcony come in and he still howls a cry unbelieveable..so more pets little play..when I stopp. Still cries??

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