Have you ever wished you could sit down with your favorite cat expert and have an in-depth conversation about how to better understand and care for your cats? Let’s Talk About Cats is the next best thing.Continue Reading
When Dean Nicholson set off from Scotland to ride his bicycle around the world, he expected to learn more about our planet, maybe have some adventures. What he didn’t expect was that he would meet a cat who would change his life as much as he changed hers. In Nala’s World, Nicholson shares his incredible journey as the pair travel through Europe and Asia.Continue Reading
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Stretch. Run around. Repeat.
Conscious Cat readers will undoubtedly recognize a pattern here. You could call it a cat’s morning regimen. But as we enter the darkest days of winter – as well as the second year of a pandemic that has us more shut in than ever before – I’m trying to make this my routine as well.Continue Reading
No Matter What is the fourth installment in Kelly Meister Yetter’s series of memoirs about her life with an assortment of critters, ranging from cats and dogs to horses, donkeys and ducks.
The author spent much of her life in darkness following childhood abuse, and the resulting depression led her to often isolate herself from other humans. Animals turned out to be her salvation: spending time around animals, and helping them, contributed to the healing of old childhood wounds.Continue Reading
Kathleen Prasad has been one of the leading voices in the animal Reiki community for more than a decade. The author of several books on animal Reiki, she has been instrumental in helping animal lovers create peace and well-being through her meditation courses and teachings on the power of healing through compassionate presence.Continue Reading
Last week, I shared my list of my top 5 cat books. Usually, I have a hard time choosing just one book as book of the year, but this year the choice was easy: P.S. I Love You More Than Tuna, the first ever gift book for people who are grieving the loss of a cat, is such a unique and special book, and offers so much in such a seemingly small package, there was no question in my mind that this would be my pick for Book of the Year.Continue Reading
As someone who’s been working from home for years, that aspect of the last few months is nothing new for me, but many of you have been having your first experience with feline-assisted work for the first time this year. In Working from Home with a Cat, Heidi Moreno reminds us why cats are the best coworkers ever.Continue Reading