Your Cat: Simple New Secrets to a Longer, Stronger Life (Paperback)
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In this controversial new book, dedicated veterinarian Elizabeth M. Hodgkins, D.V.M., Esq. raises the alarm regarding the dry food we feed our cats and the nutritional diseases that result. Your Cat: Simple New Secrets to a Longer, Stronger Life turns today's conventional wisdom of cat care on its head with completely new, yet remarkably easy-to-follow guidelines for every cat owner.
From kitten-rearing to the adult cat's middle years to caring for the geriatric cat, Dr. Hodgkins explores the full spectrum of proper cat care, as well as the many deadly feline diseases that are rampant. This indispensible manual belongs on every modern cat owner's shelf.
About the Author
Elizabeth M. Hodgkins, D.V.M., Esq., graduated from the University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and then the University of Kansas School of Law. She formerly served as Director of Technical Affairs at Hills Pet Nutrition, the largest proprietary pet food manufacturer in the world. In 2001, Dr. Hodgkins was awarded a US and international patent for a novel and highly successful approach to managing feline diabetes that has effected long-term remission in well over eighty percent of her diabetic patients.
“Mandatory reading for the caring cat lover and feline practitioner.” —Adriana Kajon, Ph.D., All-Breed Cat Judge, The International Cat Association
“Dr. Hodgkins' discussions are provocative, and disturbing, and the problems they identify will not be easy to rectify quickly. Nonetheless, they are long overdue.” —Alice Villalobos, President, American Association of Human Animal Bond Veterinarians
“A great resource for all cat enthusiasts.” —Laurie Schiff, Esq., All-Breed Cat Judge and General Counsel for the International Cat Association
“A highly respected expert in feline health, Dr. Hodgkins has given us invaluable knowledge that can help us keep our felines healthy.” —Kay DeVilbiss, All-Breed Cat Judge and president of the International Cat Association