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A CD-ROM Guide to Raising the Perfect Cat
Of course you love your pet. And, having taken it into your home, you've made an emotional and financial commitment to seeing that it grows up as healthily and happily as possible. Learn what every cat owner should know:
Picking out Kitty
Diet & Nutrition
Solutions to Common Cat Problems
Training your Cat
Exercising your Cat
Your Cat's Health
Added features let you keep track of important information on your pet
Freeform mode allows you to study lessons in sequence, or select a specific topic from the menu. You can record an portion of a segment and play it back when you wish.
Classroom mode is perfect for 2 or more students. Simply enter your name, and either study the lessons sequentially, or use the menu to select a specific topic. Questions are asked at the end of topics. Scores for each student are automatically recorded.
Breeds consists of beautiful, full-color pictures of most association-recognized breeds, and a detailed description of each breed.
Pet Notes keeps your pet's vital information at your fingertips. Keeps track of improtant phone numbers, medical and breeding data. Helps you remember things like your pet's vaccination schedule.
Free Bonus inside! Instructional VHS video
Microsoft Encarta 98 Encyclopedia Deluxe Edition combines authoritative, current content with the best in multimedia technology - helping your family explore new ideas and inspiring a lifelong passion for learning.
Nautilus, the multimedia magazine on CD ROM, is one of the most cost effective, entertaining sources of application software, tools, industry news, fonts, music, sound clips, MIDI compositions, virus updates, demos and reviews available. You can contribute, exchange, and share ideas and software with other.
Multimedia news program that you control. Featured articles include "behind the Screens: The Artful Science of Special Effects" and "What Ails Us?" Plus a permanent archive of the previous three months of Newsweek.