How Your Cat Chose You

How Your Cat Chose You

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Cats change to suit the house they are in, to preserve harmony and ensure constant food. The way your cat relates depends much on your personality and character. By looking at your cat you can see yourself! Ken Ring is co-author of Pawmistry, the runaway best-seller that allowed the cat-owner for the first time to learn about their cats' inner character by examining its paws. Here you will learn: * How you behave in relationships! * What you appear to be to others! * The extent of authority you really command! * Unconscious body language you are using! This is a book about cats and their people. Both adjust to each other in a fascinating balance between willpower and respect. Based on NLP studies and sound psychology, it is an in-depth study of human/animal interaction. Easy to read and with a sense of fun, Ken Ring has suggested some basic rules for relationships that we can all plug into! (Note: How Your Cat Chose You is intended as a light-hearted bit of fun, and shouldn't be taken too seriously - but you still might learn something in the process!)
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Product details

  • Paperback | 154 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 8mm | 159g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 0864670095
  • 9780864670090

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