Understanding Your Maine Coon Cat's Behavior
- Narrated by: Elizabeth Meadows
- Length: 1 hr and 14 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 06-10-13
- Language: English
- Publisher: www.vincestead.com
Regular price: $6.95
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How to potty train your cat
About health concerns
The best type of cat food to feed your cat
How to take care of your cat's teeth, claws, ears, and more
How to have a lot of fun with your cat
How to make toys that will drive your cat wild
Why your cat does some of the crazy little things they do
What to do if your cat is going to have kittens
About different types of worms, fleas, ticks and other harmful things that can hurt your cat.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Andrea Fulton on 03-26-17
Worst narration I've ever experienced!!!
Did Ms. Meadows bother to sound out difficult words before getting in front of the mic? NO! Breathing in the middle of sentences and no comprehension of the material is obvious. As for the books content, only a few paragraphs were devoted to the Maine Coon breed--which is why I bought a book about Maine Coons. The balance of the material was basic generalized cat info --and not very well or completely presented. A total waste of time!
By Donaldo on 09-04-13
Trying to understand why it's not about Coon Cats!
What would have made Understanding Your Maine Coon Cat's Behavior better?
Some information about Maine Coon Cat's behavior. You know, like the title says. In an hour and fifteen minute audiobook, less than three minutes were spent talking about anything specific about Maine Coon Cats. The rest was filled with general grooming tips, training tips, and such.
I own a Maine Coon Cat. They are certainly a unique breed with many fascinating and endearing personality traits..., at least mine is. I wanted to learn more about why she behaves more like a puppy than a cat. Scoops her food out of her dish onto the floor when she thinks the food level is too low. Why she craves attention, yet hates to be held. Stuff like that that other Coon Cat owners and I wonder about.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
The recording was disappointingly comparable to a girl reading a book into a cassette recorder in her kitchen.