Cats

Snap Mobile Clinic

On February 21 the Snap Mobile Clinic rolled into the Aldine Library's parking lot and started taking in animals at 6:30am. The veterinarians preformed surgeries on Aldine's pets all day long until it was pick up time at 5:30pm. Please click on the following links to find out more information about: Houston Snap, the Mobile Clinic, and the Mobile Clinic's schedule.  Check out some photos of the animals Snap was able to care for that day:

 

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How Devious is Your Cat?

The Devious Book for CatsIf your cat's not devious enough, let him learn from the experts.  Check out The Devious Book for Cats by Fluffy & Bonkers.  Or take a look so you know what your cat is really up to.

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Owner's Manual for Your Pet

Cat Owner's ManualDog Owner's ManualMy favorite pet health books come from Dr. Bruce Fogle and DK Publishing

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Keep an Eye on Your Cat

I Could Pee on ThisHow to Tell if Your Cat is Plotting to Kill YouBefore I say anything, let me be clear: I am an equal opportunity dog and cat lover.  I have been completely in love with multiple dogs and cats in my life.  That said, I believe dogs are the comic relief in the dramatic movie of our lives.  Cats, on the other hand, are like the evil geniuses found in the 1960's spy movies: super-intelligent and always looking for a way to win.  Don't believe me?  Take a look at a couple of books that came out last year:

Books about Cats

SkippyjonI was just noticing a book on our new book display called “The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Cat Breeds.”  I thought you might like to know that your library has cats thoroughly covered.  We have lots of informational books about cats; their Dewey Decimal number is 636.8, in case you want to browse through them.  There are also lots of great stories about cats.  For kids, there are such favorites as Skippyjon J...

For the Love of Cats

The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Cat BreedsDid you know that there are more cats than dogs as pets in the U.S.? You don’t notice because cats mostly stay inside. I’m a die-hard dog fan and never even considered getting a cat until I met and fell in love with a certain breed: the Birman. Now, I’m an equal-opportunity pet owner. To see if a breed of cat can win you over, take a look at Angela Rixon’s latest: The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Cat Breeds

Oscar the Cat

Making Rounds with OscarAnimals have instincts we humans would love to possess.  Some can sense earthquakes before they occur.  Others can find their way home from thousands of miles away.  And then there’s Oscar the cat.  He lives at a nursing home in Rhode Island, and he senses when the end of life is near for a resident.  In their last hours he curls up on the bed and provides comfort and companionship.  Read about him in Making Rounds with Oscar by David Dosa.

 

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Unforgettable Animals

 Anyone who has ever owned a pet understands how easily the cuddly critters nose their way into heart and home.  If you enjoy reading stories about animals and their human caretakers, these titles may be just what you're after:

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On Odes, OCDs, and a Cat Named Jeoffry

It is an unfortunate reality of collective memory that Christopher Smart is remembered less for his poetry than for hisCat Jump 1 by Robbie Sproule cat, the admirable Jeoffry, and his habit (Smart’s, not Jeoffry’s) of throwing himself down to pray whenever and wherever he felt called to do so, including, according to Old Sam Johnson, the sewage and offal-strewn streets of London....

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