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 "Cats are the most unappreciated companion animal on earth." The truth of this quote by Catherine Crawmer is clearly illustrated in her book on training cats. The capabilities of the average house cat are demonstrated starting with basic training on such commands as Come, Sit, and Lie Down. Then the real surprises start. You may have seen cats doing agility equipment, but do you know where it all started?


Catherine Crawmer introduced the world to cat agility training in 2000 and in 2001 published this book on the subject. Not only cat sized indoor equipment is being used. Here you will see a house cat working outdoor on FULL SIZE dog agility equipment, including the full operation of the regulation full size see-saw and the jumping of 24 inch high hurdles.

Not only does this book show the surprising truth of what can be done with a cat, it also gives the average cat owner the step by step program and the tools to accomplish these things himself.

Perfect for adults or children, this book really breaks cat training down so that anyone can understand it.

There is also a chapter on the training of big cats for those interested in zoo animal training and husbandry management.

Here Kitty, Kitty

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