Library Journal, October 2006 (#1):
"In recent years, there has been an increased focus on holistic healthcare and alternatives to traditional treatment options in human medicine. It should come as no surprise, then, that this focus also extends to the area of veterinary care. In Whole Health, author Arora, who applies holistic methods toward the treatment of cats, writes clearly and comprehensively on the subject of cat health. Chapters cover basics (body care, grooming, skin conditions), feeding (requirements, raw diets, safety concerns, supplements, recipes), routine vet care (choosing a vet, vaccinations, spaying/neutering, tests), the treatment of minor ailments (e.g., parasites, litter box issues), and cat behavior. The book concludes with references, resources, and a thorough index. Arora's well-organized and well-illustrated resource is an excellent introduction to the subject that will not overwhelm the reader."
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Animal Wellness, February/March 2007, pg. 95:
"First there was Whole Health for Happy Dogs. Now, cat lovers have Whole Health for Happy Cats -- A Guide to Keeping Your Cat Naturally Healthy, Happy and Well-Fed. This comprehensive new book was written by author and cat guardian Sandy Arora, who has spent nearly a decade educating and helping people towards a more holistic health care regimen for their felines.
The book covers everything you need to know to get your kitty companion on the road to improved well being. It opens with a section on prevention, covering the basics of holistic health care for cats and the importance of a high quality diet, including a number of recipes for raw diets. You'll also find a section on how to understand feline behavior, plus home care for minor ailments using a range of modalities from herbs to hydrosols to homeopathy.
Beautiful color photos round out this invaluable volume. Whole Health for Happy Cats is a must for any kitty guardian with an interest in the holistic approach."