Acu-Cat: A Guide to Feline Acupressure

Acu-Cat: A Guide to Feline Acupressure

Acu-Cat: A Guide to Feline Acupressure

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Cats are so special and they are the most popular companion animal in the world. ACU-CAT: A Guide to Feline Acupressure is perfect for cat guardians, healthcare providers, and anyone who loves cats!

This 220+ page book gives you  anatomically detailed charts, photographs, two different acupressure session protocols specifically for cats, and an in-depth discussion of how to apply Traditional Chinese Medicine concepts, plus photos and explanations of two hands-on acupressure techniques.

You will learn the flow and attributes of all 12 Major Meridians and two Extraordinary Vessels and key acupressure points as well as the Chinese medicine concepts and theories that have kept animals healthy and happy for thousands of years.

Additionally, ACU-CAT has over 30 common specific feline condition charts you can follow to help your cat. There are acupressure chart with acupressure points to help resolve fear issues, joint problems, arthritis, ear infections, anxiety, shoulder soreness, respiratory illness, and much more!

Detailed charts, photos, 2 acupressure session protocols, a full discussion of essential TCM theories and concepts. Acu-Cat gives you 30+ Common Feline Specific Conditions Session Charts, providing you access to potent acupressure sessions. The best feline acupressure book ever!

These Equine, Canine, and Feline Acupressure books are a contribution to the necessary turn-around in our thinking abut life and our reactions toward animals. They are indeed a welcome and much-needed addition to the growing library of useful texts and manuals on animal care and maintenance. - Dr Michael W. Fox, Veterinarian and Internationally Renown Author

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