Have you ever wanted to know what your cat really thinks? Professional artist Lili Chin explores felines in this whimsical visual guide to reading and understanding the feelings and behaviors of your kitty.
Packed with playful, vibrant, and informative illustrations, Chin demystifies common behaviors—including sniffing, rubbing, kneading, staring, stalking, and more—so you can help your kitty feel safe, secure, stimulated, and happy. Did you know that the further apart your cat’s ears are, the less relaxed he is feeling? Or that when kitty bumps you with the top of her head, it can be a sign of affection, a request for interaction, or her way of saying, ”You are my friend”?
A well-known artist in the animal training and welfare world, Chin creates informational artwork backed by scientific research and vetted by animal behaviorists and veterinarians. From head rubs and tail twitches to eye blinks and ear flicks, Kitty Language is a fun and quick read to help pet parents connect with and appreciate their feline friends.
Lili Chin is a professional artist and author of Doggie Language: A Dog Lover’s Guide to Understanding Your Best Friend. Her popular cat posters, ”Cat Language” and ”Interactive Cat Play,” are used in veterinary clinics and rescue groups around the world. Lili is the artist of choice for illustrations of cats and other animals for International Cat Care, the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors UK, the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, and the RSPCA, among others. She offers illustration services, custom pet art, and more in her online gift shop, Doggiedrawings. She lives with two rescue cats, Mambo and Shimmy.