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How to Be a Cat: Kitty Pusskin's Guide to Living with Humans and Getting the Upper Paw

How to Be a Cat: Kitty Pusskin's Guide to Living with Humans and Getting the Upper Paw (Hardback)

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Written by a cat, and with helpful insights by other cats, How to Be a Cat is essential reading not just for all felines but also for their owners and cat lovers alike . if only to get an insight into their pet's sometimes curious behaviour. As you'd expect from a book written by a cat about humans, the advice can be condescending, cynical and anarchic in equal measure. Kitty Pusskin and her cat companions offer helpful observations and advice on specific feline issues, such as the best kind of furniture on which to sharpen your claws, how to wake up owners who don't supply breakfast on time, and why you should never leave an empty box unexplored.How to Be a Cat is the official rulebook of the feline world, a hilarious and useful guide for living with - or putting up with - humans, and always getting the upper paw.

HumourParodies & spoofs Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books Ltd Publication Date: 07/04/2016 ISBN-13: 9781782434924  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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A pedigree British Blue, Kitty Pusskin sees herself less as a family pet and more as someone who lives with humans simply so she can judge them. She wrote How to Be a Cat by drawing on her years of experience living in a human household and the invaluable insights of her many feline friends. This is the first book Kitty has written (although she's sharpened her claws on many more).

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