250 Vital Things Your Cat Wants You to Know by PETA President Ingrid Newkirk

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November 8, 2021

Moira Cole 202-483-7382

Norfolk, Virginia. – “You can’t read in any way 250 vital things your cat wants you to know And don’t be inspired to make some positive changes to deepen the bond, trust and love you and your feline companions have. It will help them live a truly fulfilling life, just as cats should live.”

– Kim Basinger

“How do I make my house a paradise for cats?” “What should I do if my cat has lost or eaten a poisonous houseplant?” “How do I introduce my cat to a new feline friend?” and “For heaven’s sake, how do I get my cat to stop scratching the couch without licking its claws?” PETA President Ingrid Newkirk answers all these questions and many more in 250 vital things your cat wants you to knowAvailable now on Amazon.

Filled with tips, tricks, how-to guides, and even a quiz, this is the guardian’s bible. It’s perfect for anyone who loves cats, lives with cats, or just wants to get to know cats a little better.

** revision copies available **

** Interviews available with PETA President Ingrid Newkirk **

With an introduction by Kim Basinger and already acclaimed by Gina Gershon, Brian Cox, Kevin Nealon, and others, 250 vital things your cat wants you to know It is the latest book from author and president of PETA Ingrid Newkirk.

It has a simple but important goal: to make cats And I recommend them happiest. From easy and inexpensive ways to play with cats—who can be perfectly happy with tin balls on their newest, pricey gadget—to giving them a “room with a view,” redirecting their scratch away from Grandma’s priceless sofa, delicious vegan cat food, and more. By far, this book offers advice on every aspect of cat care, right down to litter box maintenance. There’s even a step-by-step guide to every cat guardian’s nightmare: What to do if your kitty slips out of the house and gets lost.

Written with a cat’s perspective in mind, 250 vital things your cat wants you to know A must read for anyone who wants to keep cats happy and healthy for their nine lives.

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