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Book Review: The World is Your Litter Box

By Sandy Amazeen May 25, 2008, 21:09 GMT

Book Review: The World is Your Litter Box

While people will buy this book because it’s so darn cute, smart cats know that it’s chock full of must-know information to make their lives even more pleasant than it already is. That’s because Quasi—a white-furred Tom who’s 18 punchin’ pounds of fabulous feline—reveals special secrets to his fellow couch clawers: how to look irresistibly cute, successfully get food anytime, hide when they don’t feel like coming in, and wake ...more

Anyone who has ever been owned by a cat will find their worst suspicions confirmed by this feline guide to manipulating their humans. Laugh-out-loud funny, this kitty manual was obviously written by a long-suffering, cat owned human with extensive knowledge of feline behavior. From the different cute poses that allow cats to get away with outrageous pranks punishment free to surviving those nasty trips to the vets, this reference manual provides a wealth of material for training and putting up with their human companions. Find out whats really is in those cutesy little cans with the Food Reference Chart that reveals, among other things that Mixed Grill is actually everything but the ground the animal walked on and God only knows whats in Kitty Stew. The thirty-question quiz at the end of this entertaining read makes sure the 1-megabyte kitty brain has retained all the pertinent information necessary to bending humans to their will. An entertaining, light hearted gem for cat fanciers.

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