A quick & easy read, this book seeks to provide answers to help solve the most common issues between cats and their new families. Cynthia Charmont has one goal in mind - to cut down on the number of cats returned to shelters each year.
Cynthia is a very clever cat. She was born in a shelter and adopted by two humans who knew nothing about cats. Her humans struggled to understand the things she was doing and that made life together pretty challenging.
Why was Cynthia peeing on the floor and not in the litter box?
Why did she want to be petted and then moments later, try to straight up murder the person who was being sweet to her?
Why was Cynthia keeping her people awake all night?
Cynthia the cat knows that the number one reason cats are returned to shelters is because of behavioral problems.
She is a clever cat who thinks it's actually humans who have the behavioral problems and that if they could only understand their cats a tiny bit better, everyone would be much, much happier.
That's why Cynthia Charmont is pulling back the curtain on what it's really like to be a cat. In this short little book, she lays out 58 tips that are shared from a cat's eye view of life. She's not interested in giving you the history of cats, or in filling this book with a lot of chit-chat.
Just the facts, Ma'am.