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Caternal Instincts: The Feline Guide to Mastering Motherhood

Caternal Instincts: The Feline Guide to Mastering Motherhood (Hardback)

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After a relationship and marriage, what's next? Why, children of course. And who better to offer us some much needed advice than the very authors who brought us STC's highly successful "Cattitude" and the forthcoming "Catrimony". "Caternal Instincts" contains mothering advice from diva mother felines to females complete with adorable black and white photographs of cats and their kittens and a clever ribbon-adorned cover. With tidbits such as: "Make clear there is only one queen ruling the kingdom", "Buy stain resistant everything" and "Negotiate about broccoli, not about love", how could a mother fail?

HumourNatural World & The EnvironmentThe natural world, country life & petsCats as pets Publisher: Stewart, Tabori & Chang Inc Publication Date: 02/02/2007 ISBN-13: 9781584795704  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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By day, Christine Montaquila works in advertising as a creative director. She lives in Chicago with her husband Brad, son Luca, daughter Francesca and her tiger kitty, Maddie. She has loved cats since childhood and has the scars to prove it. Kim Levin is a photographer who specialises in pet portraiture. Her company, Bark & Smile [registered] Pet Portraits, combines her passion for photography and her love of animals. Kim is the photographer and author of ten books including Why We Love Dogs, Why We Really Love Dogs, Why We Love Cats, and Dogma (all Andrews McMeel). Bark & Smile[registered] books have sold over 250,000 copies to date and have been published in six languages. Kim lives in New Jersey with her husband, two kids and adopted dog, Charlie.

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