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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Turner, Dennis C., Bateson, Patrick
The cat is a much loved and well known animal. In Western countries it is becoming the most popular pet, while its practical value as a rodent catcher has been appreciated for years. The behavior of the cat now has been studied in a variety of surroundings and circumstances, and the fruits of this research are brought together for the first time in this important new book. What can be substantiated about cat behavior is covered here, while speculations are identified as such. This carefully compiled book will serve as the definitive reference work on domestic cat behavior for years to come.Turner, Dennis C. is the author of 'Domestic Cat: The Biology of Its Behaviour - Dennis C. Turner - Paperback' with ISBN 9780521357272 and ISBN 0521357276.
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