Dr. Skip Sullivan

Dr. Skip Sullivan completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania and then served in Vietnam with the Marine Corps where he was awarded a Bronze Star medal with a combat V. He then attended the veterinary school at Cornell University, where he concentrated on feline medicine. He has now been tending solely to cats for the last twenty years. His veterinary office, The Cat Practice, is based in Manhattan. It was founded in 1972 with the purpose of providing our feline friends with the finest medical and surgical attention and their owners with the best possible communication. Dr. Sullivan's first book, Why Don't Cats Go Bald?: The Questions You've Always Wanted to Ask Your Vet was co-written with David Fisher and published by The Lyons Press.

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Why Don't Cats Go Bald?: The Questions You've Always Wanted to Ask Your Vet



 

 

 

 

 

by Dr. Skip Sullivan and David Fisher

Can cats be trained? Do cats have ESP? Why do cats scratch so much?

Face it: You don’t own your cat; your cat owns you. And since cats are often mystifying, complex furry creatures, veterinarian Dr. Skip Sullivan is here to answer all of your questions and more in this hilariously fun and quirky guide pertaining to all things feline. Like a cat weaving between your ankles, Why Don’t Cats Go Bald? ties in informational Cat Stats, Cat Tips, and even personal Cat Tales from Sullivan’s unforgettable experiences with the thousands of cats he’s treated. This is one purrr-chase you won’t regret!

Dr. Skip Sullivan and David Fisher's Why Don't Cats Go Bald? is a compendium of fascinating facts about feline psychology, behavior and health with unique insight about cat traits we thought were inexplicable. This humorous book is not only for cat lovers but also for all lovers of nature and its playful exploration.

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