Leading Cat Behaviorist Expert's Book Recognized by About.com Reader's Choice Awards as 2012's Best Book About Cat Behavior

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Already recognized with multiple awards, "Naughty No More" by Cat Behaviorist Marilyn Krieger wins the award for the best book about cat behavior in About.com's 2012 Reader's Choice Award, winning with 72% of the votes.

Best Book About Cat Behavior: Marilyn Krieger's Naughty No More
I’m thrilled and I’m honored. I am really pleased that so many people have found my book useful and fun.

San Francisco Bay Area based certified cat behaviorist Marilyn Krieger is celebrating this weekend with another award bestowed upon her book "Naughty No More". This time she's the recipient of About.com's 2012 Reader's Choice Award in the Cats category for best book about cat behavior. Naughty No More won by a healthy margin of over 70% more votes than the the competing books.

Today in Marilyn's blog the nationally renowned cat behavior expert was bursting with enthusiasm, writing
"It won! I won!!! I’m thrilled and I’m honored. I am really pleased that so many people have found my book useful and fun."

Franny Syufy, curator of the Cats section on About.com notes that Marilyn's book has already been the recipient of other prestigious awards, including three awards in the 2011 Cat Writers' Association annual contest. Naughty No More also scored second place in the Top Ten Most Wanted Cat Books 2011.

About Marilyn Krieger, The Cat Coach

Thousands of cat lovers are familiar with Marilyn Krieger, Certified Cat Behavior Consultant, through her monthly column for Cat Fancy Magazine and its website, catchannel.com, where she serves as the resident cat behaviorist. She also contributes articles to such popular publications as Cats USA and Kittens USA. Recently, an article Marilyn wrote for Kittens USA was the recipient of the 2010 Cat Writers Association Purina® Kitten Chow® award.

Marilyn frequently guests on television and radio programs, providing valuable tips and insight on how to improve cat behavior. Recently, she was featured with her cats on Animal Planet’s Cats 101, showcasing clicker training and talking about cat behavior. Her expertise also has received attention in USA Today, the San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News, MSNBC and with other media outlets such as KGO radio, ABC and CBS.

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