Friday, February 22, 2008


Control A Crazy Cat

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Controlling a crazy cat is all about speaking its language.

In Psycho Kitty: Tips for Solving Your Cat’s “Crazy” Behavior (Ten Speed Press), author Pam Johnson-Bennett uses her experiences as an animal behavior consultant to help pet owners deal with and understand their wild, whiskered friends.

She explains, “Cats are good at communicating, while people are lousy at it. It’s up to the owner to learn what their cat is saying.”

Though the cat whisperer has dealt with hundreds of freaky felines, she is still surprised by some crazed kitty attacks.

Johnson-Bennett says, “I’ve been peed on, vomited on, scratched. I once had a cat jump on my head from behind. Nothing can prepare you for that, but it’s important to know that cats are not deliberately trying to hurt you.”

Though Johnson-Bennett enjoys working with cats, she laments that she’ll “never be a hand model” due to her feline injuries.

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