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Weruva Cats in the Kitchen Chicken Frick 'A Zee Cat Food (6 oz (24 can case)) 2654nazya.com
Yona Zeldis McDonough The Cats in the Doll Shop 558ozon.ru
Haddon, Celia Cats Behaving Badly 787ozon.ru
6 pcs In 1 Set Cats Under The Boots Big Face Kitty Ball Shape Push Toy Stuffed Doll 3.5''/9cm Each Gift Kids Girlfriend Gift 911aliexpress.com
Glow-in-the-Dark Flea Repellent Collar for Cats and Dogs (20~27cm/ Random Corlor) 163dx.com
Susan Herbert Cats Galore: A Compendium of Cultured Cats 1379ozon.ru
Carol Chen The Little Cats: Beginner's Level (+ CD-ROM) 424ozon.ru
Christine Montaquila Frenemies: Cats, Dogs, and Lessons in Getting Along 563ozon.ru
Susan Herbert Shakespeare Cats 1109ozon.ru
Николай Голь, Мария Халтунен The Hermitage Cats 549ozon.ru
Viviane Schwarz There Are No Cats in This Book 660ozon.ru
Frederic Vitoux Cats: An Illustrated Miscellany 2449ozon.ru
The Hermitage. Cats 360labirint.ru
Md. Siddiqur Rahman Leukemia Virus Infection in Cats 4389ozon.ru
The Hermitage Cats 656labirint.ru
Md. Siddiqur Rahman Influenza in cats 4309ozon.ru
Olivia Snaije Parisian Cats 1955ozon.ru
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, Punteha Yazdanian Christmas at Battersea: True Stories of Miracles and Hope 719ozon.ru
David Venable In the Kitchen with David 3261ozon.ru
Gordon Ramsay In the Heat of the Kitchen 2382ozon.ru
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Battersea Dogs and Cats Home Battersea Dogs & Cats Home: Bertie's Story 484ozon.ru
Regan Daley In the Sweet Kitchen 3370ozon.ru
Tish Rabe What Cat Is That? All About Cats 789ozon.ru
Pendant Wood Lamp In The Kitchen Linear Island Art Mini Wood Table Lamps 220V With Adjustable Hanging Height D68 4690aliexpress.com
Understanding Instructions: In the Kitchen 661nazya.com
Jane Doerfer Going Solo in the Kitchen 1856ozon.ru
Maggie Pearson The House of the Cats 812ozon.ru
illustrated by Christophe Blain In the Kitchen with Alain Passard 787ozon.ru
Battersea Dogs and Cats Home Battersea Dogs & Cats Home: Buddy and Holly's Story 484ozon.ru

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Haddon, Celia Cats Behaving Badly

Cats that insist on drinking from a tooth mug, cats that take their owners on (slow) walkies, cats with saggy tummy syndrome and cats that will only eat if their owners lie flat on the kitchen floor and say 'Yum yum yum' over the food bowl: these are some of the amusing dilemmas addressed by bestselling author Celia Haddon in this gem of a book. Drawing on her years of experience as a pet agony aunt on the pages of the Daily Telegraph, the author has advice for fat cats, faddy cats, food weirdo cats - and their humans - in this charming, light-hearted and well informed book. She unravels the mysteries of cat behaviour and dispenses tips and advice to help readers make their cat very happy indeed. Underpinned by up-to-date scientific research, this book is full of real cat stories and true owner dilemmas. It adds up to indispensable reading for cat lovers everywhere.

Glow-in-the-Dark Flea Repellent Collar for Cats and Dogs (20~27cm/ Random Corlor)

With a little bell - Adjustable size: 20~327cm - Will be shipped in random color

Susan Herbert Cats Galore: A Compendium of Cultured Cats

An irresistible volume featuring illustrations of famous dramatis personae - with a feline twist What happens when a cat becomes the subject of da Vinci's Mona Lisa or takes the starring role in Hamlet or Lawrence of Arabia? Susan Herbert's feline interpretations of famous images from Western culture have charmed and amused readers for decades. Cats Galore brings together illustrations from the affectionately envisioned Pre-Raphaelite Cats, Shakespeare Cats, Movie Cats, and Opera Cats - as well as other delightful images of cats cast in scenes from art, theater, and film - into one delightful volume. Divided into three sections - Cats in Art, Cats on Stage, and Cats in the Movies - this is the ultimate compendium for cat-loving culture buffs and cultured pet owners alike. Works by Degas and van Gogh retain their distinctive styles in spite of the furry faces; cats shine in Much Ado About Nothing and The Barber of Seville; and a bushy-tailed James Dean in Rebel...

Carol Chen The Little Cats: Beginner's Level (+ CD-ROM)

This book, designed for beginners, is in Chinese Graded Readers: Beginner's Level of the Chinese Library Series. It tells a story about two little cats: Xiao Hei and Xiao Bai. These two cats are different in personality.

Christine Montaquila Frenemies: Cats, Dogs, and Lessons in Getting Along

Relationships aren't always easy. But if cats and dogs can make them work, so can the rest of us. In Frenemies, the new book by creative partners Kim Levin and Christine Montaquila, we get an inside look at how our furry domestic friends manage to coexist on the same planet-even in the same house - and to live happily ever after. "Only count your own calories." "Learn the twelve steps of shutting up." "Remember their birthday. Forget their age." These are just a few of the many words of wisdom you'll find on the pages of this charming book. Levin's ability to capture the moment with beautiful documentary-style photography and Montaquila's sharp, spot-on commentary make Frenemies a great gift for animal lovers, or for anyone you love to hate.

Susan Herbert Shakespeare Cats

For this book of cats in costume, Susan Herbert turns from masterpieces of fine art to masterpieces of theater. Painting in her familiar and highly popular style, this imaginative artist presents an irresistible array of well-known characters in the great Shakespearean plays, from the tragic Romeo and Juliet to the mischievous Titania, from the beautiful Cleopatra to the roguish Falstaff. In thirty-two entrancing paintings, Susan Herbert opens up an unsuspected world of Shakespeare interpreted by cats with all their winning ways. Her many devoted admirers will find this collection full of the charm and humor of her earlier books; and newcomers to her art will be surprised and enchanted by the finesse she brings to this portrait gallery of cats in unusual guises.

Николай Голь, Мария Халтунен The Hermitage Cats

А great many people think that the Hermitage is only a museum. Some people know that it is also a serious research centre, where works of art are studied, restored and preserved. And only for a very small number, a chosen few, the Hermitage is home. It is to these - the Hermitage cats - that the authors dedicate their book. Two kinds of cats can be seen in the Hermitage. The real ones, who occupy the Hermitage basements, have been in state service, attached to the museum, for more than 260 years now. The other kinds of cats are part of the museum exhibits, the best loved specimens in the Hermitage "menagerie". They are looking at us out of display cases and canvases by the great masters. Cats in art and real-life cats - these two sorts of felines are the subjects of this lavishly illustrated book. It provides an interesting insight into the long history of interaction between humans and cats.

Viviane Schwarz There Are No Cats in This Book

Our furry friends from There Are Cats in This Book – Tiny, Moonpie and Andre – have returned, and this time they are filled with the spirit of adventure – they are off to see the world! They have their suitcases packed and are ready to set off – but they can’t seem to get out of the book. They try pushing their way out, and jumping their way out but nothing works. Finally they decide to WISH themselves out and they are going to need your help!

Frederic Vitoux Cats: An Illustrated Miscellany

The cat's meow of a tribute to all aspects of the feline form. This handsome gift volume brings together a miscellany of anecdotes, facts, quotable quotes, and interesting stories that celebrate the beloved cat in all its guises. From the first apparitions of cats in Egyptian art and decoration to the story of Hemingway, who frequently left his house cat to babysit the writer's son Bumby, and from the beloved cartoon characters Felix the Cat, Sylvester, and Tom (Jerry's sidekick) to the history of the famous French Chat Noir cabaret and the jazz classic "Kitten on the Keys," this book offers a pastiche of interesting facts on all aspects of cats.

The Hermitage. Cats

Lives of cats and men intertwined long ago. People worshiped cats like gods, full of superstition they were afraid of feline luminous eyes in the dark, asked for their help in protecting houses from rodents and adored them as their best friends, while painters and sculptors could not help admiring cat's grace which they considered perfect. The book gives a wide-ranging and detailed presentation of the "feline" exhibits in the Hermitage: Ancient Egyptian bronze, mediaeval European painting, Chinese and Japanese graphic art, Russian lubok prints of the 18th to 20th centuries, cats in the form of toys and much more.

Md. Siddiqur Rahman Leukemia Virus Infection in Cats

The cat has been living in close association with humans for at least 3500 years, the ancient Egyptians routinely used cats to keep mice and other rodents away from their grain. The history of domestic cat may stretch back even further, as 8,000 year-old bone of humans and cats were found buried together on the island of Cyprus. Cats are social, extroverted cats that love human companionship and like being part of whatever's going on. They often attach strongly to one person, demanding constant attention from that person. Currently, the cat is the world's most popular household pet. The domestic cat is the definitive host for Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and the virus has a worldwide distribution. FeLV is a retroviruses that represent one of the most common and important infectious diseases of cats worldwide. It is responsible for more death among cats than any other infectious disease. This book illustrates the introduction, rapid diagnosis, prevalence, treatment, prevention and...

The Hermitage Cats

А great many people think that the Hermitage is only a museum. Some people know that it is also a serious research centre, where works of art are studied, restored and preserved. And only for a very small number, a chosen few, the Hermitage is home. It is to these - the Hermitage cats - that the authors dedicate their book. Two kinds of cats can be seen in the Hermitage. The real ones, who occupy the Hermitage basements, have been in state service, attached to the museum, for more than 260 years now. The other kind of cats are part of the museum exhibits, the best loved specimens in the Hermitage "menagerie". They are looking at us out of display cases and canvases by the great masters. Cats in art and real-life cats - these two sorts of felines are the subjects of this lavishly illustrated book. It provides an interesting insight into the long history of interaction between humans and cats. Издание на английском языке.

Md. Siddiqur Rahman Influenza in cats

The cat has been living in close association with human for at least 3500 years and currently, the cat is the world’s most popular household pet. Feline influenza is an infectious disease that affects the upper respiratory tract and clinical signs usually appear within 1 to 3 days. Feline influenza virus (influenza type A) is the virus under the family Orthomyxoviridae (a group of RNA viruses). Influenza virus A infects humans, other mammals, and birds, and causes all flu pandemics. Its ability to cross the species barrier without prior adaptation and to infect many mammal species including cat, has raised concerns about a new influenza pandemic. Influenza type A has been long absent from the list of infectious diseases considered as possibilities in dogs and cats. With the discovery that avian influenza H5N1 can infect cats and dogs, small animal veterinarians have an important role to play in detection of influenza virus strains that may become zoonotic. In cats, the clinical signs...

Olivia Snaije Parisian Cats

In Paris, cafes and cats go hand in paw. Far away from the famous runways in the world capital of fashion, the biggest divas in town can be found strutting their stuff down the zinc bar of many a local hot spot. This volume introduces nineteen of Paris's most beloved cats as they take us for a stroll around the city's monuments and inside the charming and quintessentially Parisian locations that they call home. From his perch in an upstairs window at the legendary Shakespeare and Company bookstore, Kitty surveys the comings and goings of the boats along the Seine and the visitors at Notre-Dame Cathedral. Swiffer at Le Cafe Zephyr lures customers in from the bustle of the Grands Boulevards to enjoy a cafe or glass of wine in the colonial-style interior. Inside Le Bristol Paris, the exotic pedigreed Fa-raon enjoys pampering worthy of the palace hotel's paying clientele. And the Montmartre museum's feline-in-residence not only looks like the black cat from the iconic poster for Le...

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, Punteha Yazdanian Christmas at Battersea: True Stories of Miracles and Hope

Christmas at Battersea: True Stories of Miracles and Hope is full of heart-warming festive tales about the bond between man and animal, from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. "Battersea Dogs & Cats Home never closes its doors, not even on Christmas Day". (Paul O'Grady). On Christmas Day this year, an army of dedicated volunteers will be making the day as special as possible for the four-legged residents of Battersea, with knitted jumpers for poorly puppies and turkey dinners for hungry kittens. Christmas at Battersea features tales of rescue from Battersea's staff, and of inspirational owners who find a place in their hearts and homes for abandoned pets. You'll meet: Scrappie the mongrel puppy, left in a bin on the coldest day of the year; Shadow the Pug, whose loyalty helps a widow through her first Christmas alone; The litter of puppies named after Santa's reindeer, in urgent need of a home on Christmas Eve; and, Rosie the Staffie, rescued from a freezing lake. Featuring tear-jerking...

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home Battersea Dogs & Cats Home: Bertie's Story

Eight-year-old Laura is very kind and thoughtful to all animals, whether it's a baby bird who has tumbled from a tree, or a scary spider lurking in her bedroom. Her mum and dad decide that she is definitely responsible enough to have her very own puppy - so take her to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, where she meets Bertie the West Highland terrier. Poor Bertie hasn't been treated very well by his previous owners, so is very thin and frightened, with patchy fur. Laura wants to take Bertie home, look after him and make him bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. Her big sister Leah can't understand why she doesn't prefer a pampered pooch to fit in her handbag, and Leah's snooty friends tease Laura in the park one day, but she doesn't care. Bertie is the best dog in the world! And when he sounds the warning and averts a house fire, can he persuade Leah to give him a chance, too?

Tish Rabe What Cat Is That? All About Cats

he Cat in the Hat learns all about cats - wild and domestic - in this feline-focused Cat in the Hat's Learning Library book! Traveling aboard his Kitty-Cat-Copter, the Cat takes Sally and Nick to meet lions in Kenya, tigers in Bangkok, Siamese down the block - learning along the way those traits that all cats share: scratchy tongues, padded paws, sensitive wiskers, sharp claws, and those things unique to different species. With information about the anatomy and behavior of well-known species and breeds - including lions, tigers, leopards, cheetah, jaguar, ocelots, cougar, American shorthair, Persian, Siamese - and lesser-known ones, like clouded leopards, caracals, Turkish Vans, Scottish folds, American curls, Raga Muffins, and more - there's something here for cat/Cat lovers of all kinds! Fans of the hit PBS Kids show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! (which is based on the Cat in the Hat's Learning Library) won't want to miss this purrfect new addition to the series.

Maggie Pearson The House of the Cats

A fascinating and magical collection of unusual and little known folk tales, one from each EU member state, stunningly illustrated in paper-cut style by Francesca Greenwood.

illustrated by Christophe Blain In the Kitchen with Alain Passard

This is a nonfiction graphic novel of scenes in the kitchen and restaurants of Alain Passard, the three-Michelin-starred French chef of L'Arpege in Paris. The book is part portrait of a master chef, part inside look at his creative process, and part humorous riff on fine dining by an outside observer. In France, this book sold 25,000 copies in 2 months.

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home Battersea Dogs & Cats Home: Buddy and Holly's Story

Best friends Jo and Helen are alike in every way - apart from their choice in pets! But Battersea Dogs & Cats Home is making both of their Christmas wishes come true this year . . . in the form of a cuddly golden Labrador puppy for Jo, and an adorable tabby kitten for Helen. With all the excitement of Christmas just around the corner, and two new pets in tow, Jo and Helen's school holidays look set to be extra special. But puppies and kittens don't always get along . . . Will Buddy and Holly prove to be best friends too? Contains LOADS of information about Battersea Dogs & Cats Home - including how to adopt your very own dog or cat, dos and don'ts of looking after them, and fun pet-themed puzzles! Featuring a photo and fact-file of a real-life dog from Battersea!