Books Worth Reading

List of animal books that we reviewed and loved.


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I Could Pee on This: And Other Poems by Cats, By Francesco Marciuliano. A laugh-out-loud compilation of "cat-penned" poetry.

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Dog Trots Globe, By Sheron Long. This book shows us that it's possible to navigate foreign lands with our four-legged friend.

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Cat Daddy, By Jackson Galaxy. This book will help you better connect with and appreciate your beloved felines.

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First Dog of 1600 Pooch'lvania Avenue, By Ron Grant & Ron Ovadia - A children's educational book about animal rights.

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Cleo: The Cat Who Mended a Family, By Helen Brown - A story about a kitten that helped keep a family together.

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Raising My Furry Children, By Tracy Ahrens. A deeper look into that special bond that exists between furry companions and their human family.

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Pit Bulls & Pit Bull Type Dogs, By Melissa McDaniel. An effort to dispel negative Pit Bull labels.

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What About Wally? Co-Parenting a Pet with your Ex, By May & Pisarra. Messy breakups & divorces can make or break the future of a pet.

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Shelter Puppies, By Michael Kloth. The answer to why you should adopt a shelter pet!

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The Good Treats Cookbook for Dogs, By Barbara Burg. A how-to for planning a festive, tasty pup bash!

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Want to adopt a finned friend? Check out this TAILS article that includes book recommendations.

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Cleo by Helen Brown~ Kitten or not, there seemed no hope of becoming a normal family. But Cleo's zest for life slowly taught the traumatised family to laugh. She went on to become the uppity high priestess of Helen's household, vetoing her new men, terrifying visiting dogs and building a special bond with Rob, his sister Lydia, Helen - and later a baby daughter.

This was a great book.

"Letters from a cat. Published by her mistress for the benefit of all cats and the amusement of little children. By H.H. ... With seventeen illustrations by Addie Ledyard" - Published 1912 by Little, Brown, and company in Boston (First published 1879) - Book cover

"Cleo The Cat Who Mended A Family" by Helen Brown (Non-Fiction 155.937) Recommended by : Melody

Reading Cats (Gisela Buomberger) by Leonisha, via Flickr

I Could Pee on This: And Other Poems by Cats, By Francesco Marciuliano. A laugh-out-loud compilation of "cat-penned" poetry.