Cattitude - Episode 46 The Inner Life of Cats
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Celebrated author and Guggenheim fellow Thomas McNamee’s latest book THE INNER LIFE OF CATS is now in paperback for the first time. Join Michelle Fern this week as she chats cats with Tom.

THE INNER LIFE OF CATS follows the development of McNamee’s young cat Augusta while simultaneously explaining the basics of a kitten's physiological and psychological development. McNamee shows that with deeper knowledge of cats' developmental phases and individual idiosyncrasies, we can do a better job of guiding cats' maturation and improving the quality of their lives. Readers' relationships with their feline friends will be happier and more harmonious because of this book.

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