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Sex and the Kitty: A Celebrity Meowmoir

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2013

    A tiger

    Gtg bbl

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 27, 2013



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  • Posted August 21, 2012

    more from this reviewer

    Nancy¿s first memoir¿she¿ll certainly need more as she gets old

    Nancy’s first memoir—she’ll certainly need more as she gets older and,
    as she says, she’s leaving the door open for possible sequels—sets the
    record straight on her birth and early life in a small town as she
    awaits her destiny. Anyone with Nancy’s charm, beauty and wit is bound
    to find fame and adventure and Nancy’s journey to the high life begins
    with her jaunts to the local pubs where she develops a human fan base.
    She also puts together Team Nancy, a group of local cats whom she
    instructs on how to be proper fans. Team Nancy includes her cranky
    stepcat, Pip, as well as Brambles, a Siamese with germophobia, OCD and
    Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Bella, who’s afraid of being abandoned again,
    and the adventurous devil-may-care Murphy. Not included in Nancy’s posse
    for various reasons are Bish, Bash and Bosh, a trio of erudite pet rats,
    Bruce, a Jack Russell suffering from small dog syndrome and Dennis, the
    neighborhood alpha cat. Nancy lands a part in the community theatre
    production of Animal Farm. Things don’t go too well—suffice it to say
    chickens are involved. Next thing you know, Nancy has a blog and a
    Facebook account and then it happens—she gets an agent who promises her
    stardom but she’ll have to move to London. With a few regrets, Nancy
    leaves her family and friends behind and heads off to the big city and
    all it has to offer such a special feline, including the possible
    attention of that most handsome of kitties, Baron Romeo III. Will this
    superstar of Kit-E-Licious cat food bring love and happiness to our
    Nancy? I confess I’m a solid, hardcore cat lover but, I ask you, how
    could anyone resist such a feline as Nancy? This little kitty is
    certainly narcissistic—what cat isn’t?—but she’ll still charm the socks
    off anyone who’ll give her a chance and she has written a must-read
    bestseller. Go on, you know you want to.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2012


    I wont

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2012


    Is this 4 kids??

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2012


    Is there a clan here

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 19, 2012



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