Book Wrym Review- Amy Shojai

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Last summer I was part of Kristen Lamb’s blogging class, WANA711. This group became like a family of writers and friends supporting and encouraging one another.

A few months ago, Angela Wallace had the brilliant idea to create a blog/book promotion tour that would draw attention to all the great books published within the group. Taking on an organizational task like this requires time and effort from its administrator. Angela, thank you for you work that makes this tour successful.

I was given the opportunity to read Amy Shojai’s wonderful book called Complete Kitten Care, and I want to share it with you.


Amy’s book is accurately dubbed, The Whole Kitten Caboodle! Every aspect of kitten care is covered. Whether you already own a kitten or you plan in the future to be a kitten owner, Amy’s book is for you.

Complete Kitten Care is filled with helpful information. The book is conveniently divided into five parts making it easy to access the information you need for the your stage of kitten ownership.

Amy covers the finer points of choosing a kitten, bringing the baby home, general aspects of kitten care, training your kitten, and in the last section we are entertained with stories, which I love. She shares ten cat legends and ten fun facts about felines.

Complete Kitten Care is written in a friendly, narrative style, which makes me feel like Amy is sitting in my living room sharing her expertise about kittens.

Are you curious as a cat yet? Come back on Thursday for an interview with Amy Shojai and read more Complete Kitten Care.

Amy’s book is available on Amazon. To learn more about Amy you can read her blog.

What about you? Are you in the market for a kitten? Are you a kitten owner? What fascinates you about felines? 

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  1. Ali, thank you so much for this lovely review of the Complete Kitten Care book! I look forward to hearing other comments and what folks love (or question) about their kitten friends.

    • Ali Dent says:

      It is my pleasure to share your story with the world. I love your work and your blog. I always learn something new about cats and dogs when I read your posts.

  2. Aw, thanks Ali. 🙂 I’m a die-hard cat lover. As my little one gets older, I’m planning on getting another kitten so she can have a playmate…and so I won’t be left all alone when her time on this earth ends.

    • Hi Angela, That’s a great idea to bring a younger kitty into the home. Sometimes these youngsters help turn back the clock for the aging pets and keep them young longer. But they can also aggravate the snot out of set-in-their-way pets, LOL! Just introduce slowly…detailed tips in the book and on the blog for that. *s*

  3. Yes, we have two dogs and two cats. The oldest is 13, Gabe, a golden retriever. So sweet. The other dog, a shepherd, Alex is only two. The cats figure about the same. One is eight and the other 2.

  4. Kittens are so sweet and adorable. We have one kitty, but really she belongs to our son. Heart and soul. If we’re convenient, she’ll let us give her attention, but she sleeps with our son and hangs out with him in her cat bed that’s on his desk. It’s pretty sweet, really.

    I’m looking forward to the interview on Thursday!

  5. We adopted our kitten on December 31st, 2011 and it was such. Great decision. His name is Cinnamon and he is such a cuddler. He loves to be around people and is very friendly even with those that he meets for the first time. We love having him in our family. This is the first pet my kids have ever had (except a few tiny fish) and they are already asking for the second cat and a dog 🙂

    Amy’s blog is such a great source of information for any pet owner. I need to check out her books as well.

    • I agree with you Amy’s blog is a wealth of information and help for dog and cat owners. I am very glad to know her and have her site as a resource.

    • Pets can be addictive, true–like potato chips where one is never enough! Cinnamon sounds like a gem. My cat Seren doesn’t like strangers at all, and barely tolerates visitors in the house. She once blocked my visiting parents on the stairs–this little 6-pounder growling like a tiger! She really had them buffaloed. Enjoy having a gregarious kitten, they’re such fun.

  6. Until recently I’ve always had at least two cats and a dog. Allergies and travel make it impossible to have pets now and I really miss having them. I get a bit of a fix every week from Amy’s blog! The topics she covers and her depth of knowledge are AWE-mazing!

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