November 8, 2021
From PETA
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For Immediate Release:
November 8, 2021

Contact:
Moira Colley 202-483-7382

Norfolk, Va. – “In no way could you read 250 Vital Things Your Cat Wants You to Know and not be inspired to make some positive changes to deepen the bond, the trust, and the love you have for and with your feline companions. You will help them lead a truly fulfilling life, just the way cats are meant to live.”

—Kim Basinger

“How do I make my home a cat’s paradise?” “What do I do if my cat gets lost or eats a poisonous houseplant?” “How do I introduce my cat to a new feline friend?” and “For heaven’s sake, how do I get my cat to stop scratching the couch without declawing him?” PETA President Ingrid Newkirk answers all these questions and many more in 250 Vital Things Your Cat Wants You to Know, now available on Amazon.

Filled with tips, tricks, how-to guides, and even a quiz, this is the cat guardian’s bible. It’s perfect for anyone who loves cats, lives with cats, or just wants to get to know cats a bit better.

**Review copies available**

**Interviews available with PETA President Ingrid Newkirk**

With a foreword by Kim Basinger and already winning praise from Gina Gershon, Brian Cox, Kevin Nealon, and others, 250 Vital Things Your Cat Wants You to Know is the latest book from author and PETA President Ingrid Newkirk.

It has a simple but important goal: to make cats and their guardians happier. From easy, inexpensive ways to play with cats—who can be perfectly happy with balls of tinfoil over the latest high-priced gadget—to giving them a “room with a view,” redirecting their scratching away from Grandma’s priceless heirloom sofa, whipping up delicious vegan cat food, and much more, this book offers tips on every aspect of cat care, right down to litter box maintenance. There’s even a step-by-step guide regarding every cat guardian’s nightmare: what to do if Kitty slips out of the house and gets lost.

Written with the cat’s perspective in mind, 250 Vital Things Your Cat Wants You to Know is a must-read for anyone who wants to keep cats happy and healthy throughout all their nine lives.




Source: Peta.org