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Cat owners can care for their felines from kitten-hood to old age through a safe and natural system using the flower remedies created by Dr. Edward Bach in the 1930s. This book explores how this healing therapy treats ailments with different flora and can be applied to cats to ease their mental stress, worry and other emotional problems. Individuals can gain a closer understanding with their cats and spare them from unnecessary medications and drugs in the process. The book delves into the background of the 38 different Bach flower remedies and their applications in animal health and it, also, addresses commonly asked questions about cat behaviour. Most books currently available on the subject of Bach remedies for animals are not written by animal experts and contain a lot of misinformation that is transparent and obvious to readers who know animals well. Nobody, apart from these two authors, is currently writing on the subject from such a well-informed standpoint. No other book offers comparable information on how cat owners can help themselves with Bach remedies in order to prevent stress and unhappiness in their companion felines. · A jargon-free, practical guide that will enable the reader to start using Bach remedies immediately for swift results · Demystifying feline behaviour in simple terms and offering a real solution A straightforward guide, based on real experience and research, to help cat owners prevent many common feline problems
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Martin J. Scott and Gael Mariani are the founders and directors of the Society for Animal Flower Essence Research. They are also the authors and tutors of many courses on natural health care for animals and have lectured internationally on the subject. Martin Scott is the author of Dogs Misbehaving. Richard Allport is a veterinarian and the past president of the British Association of Homoeopathic Veterinary Surgeons.
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