Cats 101

Cats 101

DVD - 2011
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Here is everything one needs to know about loveable, furry cats. The spotlight falls on the adorable, the feisty, and the unexpected in these five episodes that feature: the American Shorthair, Savannah, Persian, Siamese, Siberian, Russian Blue, American Curl, Japanese Bobtail, and many more.
Publisher: [United States] : Animal Planet ; Louisville, CO : Distributed by Gaiam Americas, [2011]
ISBN: 9780766253780
Branch Call Number: 636.8 CAT 2010 23
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 202 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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GVorauer
Mar 24, 2016

the best best best documentary all about the exotic,oriental,scottish fold and so so so so so so much more this should be rated 100000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000stars good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ps the hostet of the best kitty show ever [p.s not real but that is how much I love cats]
again IIII LLLLOOOVVVVE CCCCAAAATTTTTTSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! also you can see a cat fly lol
a circus cats and more cats!!!!!!!!!

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Read_ER
Jun 23, 2015

This helped me learn about the different types of cats. Love it

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karmafarmer
Nov 03, 2012

At the beginning this well-produced DVD encourages adopting homeless pets and throughout the episodes, informs us of not only desirable characteristics but behaviours, maintenance and medical conditions certain breeds are prone to which may make you think twice about whether or not that kitty will make a good family member to your particular household. This information can only be an asset to making a decision on whether you and/or your family are ready or capable of being a responsible pet owner. Featuring commentaries by vets, behaviourists, book authors and cat fanciers; Cats 101 is very informative and highly entertaining for ALL ages.

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GBOP
Apr 05, 2012

I agree that it is better to adopt cats from a shelter but that does not mean that learning about different cat breeds and origins is not an educational experience for cat lovers.

aaa5756 Nov 27, 2011

A++ love this cats!!!

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HereHere
Jul 12, 2011

I'd rather learn about shelter cats, rescue cats and fostering. In this day and age, why would anyone buy an inbred cat (aka purebred), when millions of lovely cats at 'shelters' are killed each year. Thirty a week in my city, I figure. It is sad to see a dvd glorifying breed racism.

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