The Cat: Its Behavior, Nutrition and Health offers comprehensive coverage of man's other best friend, the cherished companion of millions of Americans. Information covers: kwing the cat-domestication, breeding, genetics, and more; behavior-understanding and training the domestic cat; health care and disease prevention; and, nutrition and feeding throughout the life cycle and much more. Concise yet thorough, The Cat fills the need for an academic textbook for undergraduate animal science courses, veterinary technician programs, and cat care or breeding classes, and serves as an important resource for breeders, exhibitors, groomers, and veterinary practitioners.
Linda P. Case coordinates the undergraduate companion animal program and teaches companion animal science in the Department of Animal Sciences at the University of Illinois, is a Consultant for the Aims Company, and owns AutumnGold Dog Training Center In Mahomet, Illinois. Case is also the author of The Dog: Its Behavior, Nutrition and Health (199), and Canine and Feline Nutrition: A resource of Companion Animal Professionals (2000).