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Dancing with Cats
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Burton Silver lives in New Zealand, but travels extensively to lecture on feline energy field dynamics. He has written several books on cats, including the tremendous best-seller Why Cats Paint. Heather Busch has been running cat dance therapy workshops internationally since 1995. An accomplished New Zealand artist and photographer, she is well known for her work in Why Cats Paint.

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Reviews from: ELLE LIFE CATS MAGAZINE PEOPLE This lean and lithe danseur noble is only one of the balletically inclined felines that Burton Silver and Heather Busch--authors of the newly published Dancing With Cats--have turned up in their ongoing investigation of the aesthetic propensities of cats (see their 1994 monograph Why Cats Paint). If the American Ballet Theater has not yet picked up on these piroutteing pussies, it's only a matter of time. While researching their last tongue-in-cheek tome, Why Cats Paint, Burton Silver and Heather Busch came across pet owners with a curious predilection: two-stepping with their tabbies. The pair shed light on this phenom in a collection of pet pas de deux. Raves one dance partner: "The feline vibration surges through me with such power. Afterward I feel incredibly alert and peaceful." The authors of Why Cats Paint, bring you Dancing with Cats published by Chronicle Books. It is lovingly illustrated with photos of graceful felines and their colorful owners, caught mid-flight. Burton Silver and Heather Busch have rediscovered and brought to light the ancient art of cat dancing. They say cat dancing lets the owner and the cat channel together and tap into the natural feline energy vibration...or something like that. We just love the pictures. Look for it in your local bookstore. by Michael Neill People who hate cats--ailurophobes is the ten-dollar word--dismiss our purring friends as cold-blooded, self-centered manipulators with no redeeming social value beyond their all-too-occasional oppression of small rodents. Hah! What fools! As Silver and Busch know--and cleverly showed in Why Cats Paint, their previous book--kitties are actually multitalented Renaissance critters capable of, heck, just about anything. And it seems they also cut a mean rug--not just shred it to bits. Dancing with Cats cleverly mixes mock-pretentious writing--"Before dancing, Helen and Boots do a series of mirroring exercises to specially developed feline soundscapes"--with whimsical entertaining photographs of cat-human paws de deux. Reviews from: ELLE LIFE CATS MAGAZINE PEOPLE This lean and lithe "danseur noble" is only one of the balletically inclined felines that Burton Silver and Heather Buschauthors of the newly published "Dancing With Cats"have turned up in their ongoing investigation of the aesthetic propensities of cats (see their 1994 monograph "Why Cats Paint)." If the American Ballet Theater has not yet picked up on these piroutteing pussies, it's only a matter of time. While researching their last tongue-in-cheek tome, "Why Cats Paint, " Burton Silver and Heather Busch came across pet owners with a curious predilection: two-stepping with their tabbies. The pair shed light on this phenom in a collection of pet pas de deux. Raves one dance partner: "The feline vibration surges through me with such power. Afterward I feel incredibly alert and peaceful." The authors of "Why Cats Paint, " bring you "Dancing with Cats" published by Chronicle Books. It is lovingly illustrated with photos of graceful felines and their colorful owners, caught mid-flight. Burton Silver and Heather Busch have rediscovered and brought to light the ancient art of cat dancing. They say cat dancing lets the owner and the cat channel together and tap into the natural feline energy vibration...or something like that. We just love the pictures. Look for it in your local bookstore. by Michael Neill People who hate catsailurophobes is the ten-dollar worddismiss our purring friends as cold-blooded, self-centered manipulators with no redeeming social value beyond their all-too-occasional oppression of small rodents. Hah! What fools! As Silver and Busch knowand cleverly showed in "Why Cats Paint, " their previous bookkitties are actually multitalented Renaissance critters capable of, heck, just about anything. And it seems they also cut a mean rugnot just shred it to bits. "Dancing with Cats" cleverly mixes mock-pretentious writing"Before dancing, Helen and Boots do a series of mirroring exercises to specially developed feline soundscapes"with whimsical entertaining photographs of cat-human "paws de deux." "

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