Have you ever wondered what your cat is saying? Cat sounds have a purpose, and they can carry important messages, whether for us or other cats. Susanne Schötz is a professor at Lund University in Sweden and in her new book "The Secret Language of Cats" Schötz offers a crash course in the phonetic study of cat sounds. A definite 'must read' if you want a better understanding of your cat. Via: The Purrington Post
Susanne Schötz is hard at work on breaking the cat code
She is a professor at Lund University in Sweden, where a long-standing research program is proving that cats do actually use vocal communication—with each other and with their human caretakers.
Understanding the vocal strategies used in human-cat communication will have profound implications for how we communicate with our pets
And has the potential to improve the relationship between animals and humans within several fields, including animal therapy, veterinary medicine and animal sheltering.
In The Secret Language of Cats, Schötz offers a crash course in the phonetic study of cat sounds.
She introduces us to the full range of feline vocalizations and explains what they can mean in different situations, and she gives practical tips to help us understand our cats better.
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