Renowned Cat Expert & Author of New Cat Book on "Talking Animals" Oct. 23
My guest on "Talking Animals Oct. 23 will be John Bradshaw, renowned cat expert, anthrozoologist, and author of the New York Times bestseller “Dog Sense.”
Foundation Director of the Anthrozoology Institute at the University of Bristol, Bradshaw has written a new book, “Cat Sense: How The New Feline Science Can Make You A Better Friend To Your Cat.”
Departing from the sort of cat books penned by veterinarians or TV personalities, in writing “Cat Sense,” Bradshaw has drawn on the latest scientific and behavioral research to present a compendium of information touching on the history, evolution and modern needs, personality and thinking of felines.
“Cat Sense” covers a great deal of ground in often-illuminating fashion, moving from the best ways to socialize kittens with people (and with other cats), what purring does and does not necessarily mean, and how a cat falling from a great height forms a “parachute” with its four legs to survive such falls, and more.
John Bradshaw will speak with us live, from England, on "Talking Animals" on Oct. 23 at 9am ET, and listeners are invited to participate in the conversation by calling 813-239-9663 or e-mailing DJ@wmnf.org