How to talk to your cat
And get it to do what YOU want
My cats have very busy schedule of napping and staring out the window. They barely notice, I mean tolerate, me. I can talk until I am blue in the face, and they will ignore me and NEVER do what I want. So naturally I was curious to see what this poor author decided to sell us in terms of cat communication. Short answer: Not much.
This book is low on information and big on anecdotes about cats. There is also an ongoing theme of a cat’s psychic ability along with communicating with “spirits”. Other than some descriptions of body language: swishing tail equals angry/irritated, there is very little substance. There is no real “training” program or method. Even the examples aren’t really examples.
Even though cat training/communication is, at best, imaginary, there are still better choices than this particular book. There really only are a few things your cat is trying to tell you:
Feed me, I may starve.
Get out of my way. You are standing/sitting where I need to be.
Your stuff is in my way, I am going to have to push it to the floor or hide it from you.
Completely trained by cats to do their bidding,