Whitey and Whiskers and Food Georgiou 1964 Here is another oldie but goody STILL sitting in a youth nonfiction collection. This is so old, it would have been old when I was in elementary school. Basic premise: Mr. Kane, the
Cats and Their Women Cohen and Taylor 1992 True to stereotype, I am a librarian with not one, but two cats. They boss me around constantly and I am sure plotting my demise at every opportunity. Even with my disposition
No Naughty Cats The first complete guide to intelligent cat training Pirotin and Cohen 1982 It’s Caturday at ALB! Of course, without naughty cats there would be no cat videos, no LOL cats, and I am pretty sure the entire
Raccoons are the Brightest People North 1966 Submitter: In weeding our adult, non-fiction shelves, I came across this awkward, disconcerting title. The picture isn’t pleasant either, but it’s the word “people” that caused a lack of circulation. Holly: This might
The Inner Cat: A New Approach to Cat Behavior Wilbourn 1978 Awww…look at the kittehs. And then throw this book in the recycle bin. I’m too selfish with my time to have pets (or children, for that matter), and my
追踪白豚 Zhui zong bai ji tun 2001 Submitter: This double-take-inducing cover was found while weeding the Chinese language non-fiction section in our children’s department. Other than the cover, which does make me question the editor’s judgment, it appears to be
Why Do People Harm Animals? “Let’s Talk About It” Barton 1988 This is a youth book on animal cruelty issues. Questions posed throughout the book: Are zoos cruel? Should animals be used for testing? Why do people harm their pets?
Faithful Elephants: the Story of Animals, People and War Tsuchiya c.1988, 2009 Submitter: This is the story of a zoo in Japan during a war. City officials worry that if the city is bombed, the zoo animals may escape and