Book Review: The Truth About Cats

Brandenburg’s hilarious follow-up to her 2008 Everyday Cat Excuses will most certainly resonate with anyone pressed into service as a cat care provider. Anyone lucky(?) enough to have a cat in their household knows they are owned by their felines, not the other way around. While the line drawing cartoons are charmingly simplistic, they capture the essence of cat behaviors perfectly as Brandenburg delves into questions like “What is Your Cat Thinking?” and how to tell if your cat is obese. “Your Personal Cat Mood Chart” is hilarious as is “Cat Watch” parts one and two though noncat fanciers will likely not get full benefit of the humor. If you or someone you know is owned by a cat, be sure to grab a copy of this amusing view of the truth about cats as seen by one very funny lady.
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