Friday, January 22, 2010

Have a Q&A With Your Cat Today!

Today is "Answer Your Cat's Question Day." The description of this quirky observance states that, "If you will stop what you are doing and take a look at your cat, you will observe that the cat is looking at you with a serious question. Meditate upon it, then answer the question!" If you're a cat lover, you are probably entertained by your cat's antics and have no trouble believing that they want to communicate with you. Be sure to visit the hilarious Web site LOLcats, where people take funny pictures of cats and add captions that imagine what the cats are thinking.

Take time to enjoy your pet today, and check out some NCC Library resources about these inquiring critters:

Dewey: A Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World
by Vicki Myron (Soon to be a major motion picture starring Meryl Streep!)
SF 445.5 .M97 2008 Stacks, Main

Essential Cat: The Ultimate Guide to Caring for Your Cat
by Caroline Davis
SF 447 .D34 2005 Stacks, Main

Cat's Eyewitness
by Rita Mae Brown
PS 3552 .R698 C39 2005 Browsing Collection, Main

Guide to a Healthy Cat
by Elaine Wexler-Mitchell
E-BOOK (Online) 2004

The Humane Society of the United States Complete Guide to Cat Care
by Wendy Christensen
SF 447 .C48 2002 Stacks, Main

The Encyclopedia of the Cat
by Michael Pollard
SF 442.2 .P65 2001 Stacks, Main

If you're in the Vet Tech program, we have plenty of clinical resources on treating felines, such as:

Manual of Skin Diseases of the Dog and Cat
by Sue Paterson
SF 992 .S55 P37 2008 Stacks, Main

Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult Clinical Companion: Canine and Feline Behavior
by Debra Horwitz
SF 433 .H76 2007 Stacks, Main

Feline Medicine and Therapeutics
by E. A. Chandler
SF 985 .F45 2007 Stacks, Main

Infectious Diseases of the Dog and Cat
by Craig E. Greene
SF 991 .I54 2006 Stacks, Main

Don't forget that we also have picture books for children featuring cat stories! See a librarian if you're interested in locating children's books, or search our online catalog -- it's called SpartaCat, of course!

Works Cited:
Domestic cat. Photograph. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Web. 4 Dec. 2009>

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