How to toilet-train your cat : 21 days to a litter-free home
25th anniversary edition.
"Here in a 25th anniversary edition is the book that the two-billion-dollar-a-year kitty litter industry doesn't want you to read! Why? Because they know what would happen if 86 million cat owners realized they could put down their scoops, retire their sifters, stop ferrying backbreaking sacks, enjoy a fresh-smelling home, and save some of that $2 billion. Because there is a better way. Paul Kunkel, who toilet-trained his first cat while in college and who has continued to train cats ever since, presents a foolproof 21-Day Program for teaching any litter-trained cat between the ages of 6 months and 10 years how to use a toilet instead of a litter box (you can teach an older cat new tricks . . . the process will probably just take longer). The requirements are simple: magazines or newspapers, masking tape, heavy-duty plastic wrap, and one last bag of cat litter. Then, 21 days later, the transition from litter box to toilet will be complete, and the cat will be just like any other civilized member of the family. For life. This isn't just for the owner's convenience. As the author demonstrates, litter is actually not good for cats--they equate the smell with danger, causing constant stress, and the fragrances, dyes, and disinfectants found in most litters are detrimental to well-being"--
- 1 of 1 copy available at OWWL.
Current holds0 current holds with 1 total copy.
|Location||Call Number /
|Dansville Public Library||636.8 KUN (Text)