Here are some great books about our feline friends CATitude recommends:
- Why is my cat doing that? – Sarah Heath
- What is my cat thinking? – Gwen Bailey
- Purry Logic – Jane Seabrook
- Cats. The visual guide to over 250 cat breed from around the world – David Alderton
- Why Paint Cats – Burton Silver and Heather Busch
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We’ve found some fun – and useful – cat-related apps for your smart phone or iPad:
- Talking Tom Cat for iPhone and for iPad – Tom is your pet cat, that responds to your touch and repeats everything you say with a funny voice.
- Simon’s Cat in Purrfect Pitch – Purrfect Pitch is a creative musical app and a game too. The creative mode allows you to compose your own tunes, save them, and then watch as Simon’s Cat sings them back. The game mode sees you taking on Simon’s Cat, as he tests your ability to follow his lead in a series of increasingly difficult musical challenges.
- Human-to-Cat Translator – Is your cat playing hard to get? Instantly translate your voice into meows and get your cat’s attention. With over 175 quality samples from more than 25 cats, Human-to-Cat Translator dares to impress even the most ill-tempered sourpuss!
- Cat Effects – draw or stamp cats onto any photo.
- Cat Breeds – The perfect app for cat lovers. Directory of cat breeds from the elegant Egyptian Abyssinnian cat to the unusual Ukranian Levkoy. Browse through almost 100 different breeds and learn about each different cat with facts about each and amazing photography.
- Vet Help Direct – Designed and run by vets, the Vet Help Direct animal symptom checker directs you to personalised first aid advice and clear guidelines about when to contact the vet. Easy and fun to use. Please do contact your vet however if you have any concerns about your cat’s health.