The Meaning of Meow: What Your Cat Really Thinks! (Paperback)

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Some of the world's top experts, including devoted veterinarians, open a window into the minds of our feline freinds.   

Cats have become so beloved in recent years that some 75 million live in American homes as family pets. Another quarter million are community cats, increasingly serving us in barns, breweries, warehouses and more to keep rodents and other unwanted wildlife under control. 

Yet the cat has often seemed mysterious—compared to dogs, our cats can feel bit more aloof and difficult to truly “get.” 

But new research into our feline friends now reveals their love for us, their secret language, including accents and dialects, and their inner depths. In a series of engaging stories featuring the world’s top experts, veterinarians and pet-owners themselves, this premium book opens a window into the minds of our feline friends.

Among the features: How to raise a kitten to become a great cat; how to understand your cat's purrs, meows and body language; how to teach your cat tricks; and how to rescue a stranded cat and make it your own. A bonus feature covers favorite breeds and the advantages each confers.

About the Author


Pamela Weintraub is a veteran journalist specializing in psychology, life sciences, and culture. She is former editor-in-chief of OMNI, executive editor of Discover, and currently the psychology and health editor of Aeon. She is author or co-author of 16 books, including the award-winning Cure Unknown: Inside the Lyme Epidemic, as well as The Meaning of Meow (Centennial Books, 2020) and The Meaning of Woof (Centennial Books, 2020). For the last two years, much of her work’s focus has been on covering animal psychology and the animal mind. Pamela lives in New York City. 
Product Details
ISBN: 9781951274153
ISBN-10: 1951274156
Publisher: Centennial Books
Publication Date: April 21st, 2020
Pages: 192