5 Books About Cats that You'll Definitely Love

Ever dreamed of finding a complete guide to cat care, packed with detailed practical information, fully illustrated about keeping your pet healthy, happy, and in good condition? Keep reading to learn which books can offer you what you need.
5 Books About Cats that You'll Definitely Love

Last update: 03 June, 2019

Cats are mysterious, independent and unpredictable beings. Some aren’t at all affectionate and others are excessively loving. Their peculiar character makes people who love cats also have their own personality. However, as we all want to know more about these animals, we’ll bring you these 5 books about cats. They’ll help you discover more about your cat!

They say cats have no middle ground: either you love them or you don’t like them at all. However, perhaps it’s their unpredictability that stimulates our curiosity. For all the kitten lovers out there, we’re bringing you 5 excellent books about cats that you just can’t miss.

5 books about cats you should read

“Feline Communication” by Canine and Feline Education

A kittie being photographed for books about cats.

We believe this is a book that should be in every house where there’s a cat. Remember that to be able to communicate with your cat is something essential for a good pet-owner relationship.

Like dogs, cats show signs of calmness by communicating with people or other animals. Understanding these signs will avoid problems with your feline while you live together. You’ll also be able to better understand how they feel and what they need at any given moment.

“Soul of Cat” by Ruth Berger

Written through the eyes of a feline, this book can make you laugh and at the same time understand why your cat often acts in a certain way.

It’s a set of stories and anecdotes about cats and their relationships with people. If you’re a feline lover, this book will fascinate you by its simplicity, its humor and its reality.

“You and Your Cat” by David Taylor

If you don’t have a cat yet and you’re seriously considering adopting one, this book can’t be missing on your shelf. It’s presented in the form of a guide and is full of practical advice to help you in this new stage of your life.

You’ll be able to learn everything you need to know about what care a cat needs. In addition, it’s full of colorful pictures and will help you in this exciting phase of your life.

“The Cat Whisperer” by Claire Bessant

This is definitely one of the best books about cats that you’ll find on the market. It talks descriptively about our felines and how they actually “function”.

It’s a great way to get to know and understand your cat better. Felines are very different animals to us. To be able to understand them is essential for good co-existence. In conclusion, this book will help you do just that.

“Bach Flowers for Dogs and Cats…..and their Owners” by Cristina Delgado Pascual

Two cats of different breeds sitting together.
Even though this book also focuses on dogs, it’s a great tool for learning how these natural flowers can help your cat stay calm and feel less stressed.

On the other hand, we may also need their help in order to put up with our cat’s mischief. Don’t forget that there’ll be occasions where they’ll get on our nerves. However, this beautiful book will surely help you to know all the benefits of therapeutic plants for your cat and for yourself.

As you can see, these are five of the best books about cats in our opinion. But surely there are many more books on the market. However, remember that knowing, understanding and empathizing with your feline friend is essential for a good pet-owner relationship and for the animal to feel more loved and cared for.

Understanding each other can be very complicated. Because of this, we appreciate that people like these writers take the time to write about what we need to know for a better communication and coexistence with our dear friends.

Don’t forget to read these or other books about cats, because we’re sure that each one of them will be able to help you in the task of raising, living together and taking care of a cat.

This text is provided for informational purposes only and does not replace consultation with a professional. If in doubt, consult your specialist.