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Cat-echisms
     

Cat-echisms

by Ellis Weiner, Barbara Davilman, Susan Burnstine (Photographer)
 

Everyone knows cats think they’re so special.

But how can they explain why to mere humans?

Where do cats get their sense of superiority?  How do they manipulate us so easily? Cat-echisms answers these eternal feline questions in an easy question-and-answer form.  The result?  A privileged peek inside the feline brain. In the

Overview

Everyone knows cats think they’re so special.

But how can they explain why to mere humans?

Where do cats get their sense of superiority?  How do they manipulate us so easily? Cat-echisms answers these eternal feline questions in an easy question-and-answer form.  The result?  A privileged peek inside the feline brain. In the process, cat owners—and even those who admire cats from afar—are entertained as well as enlightened.  Fully illustrated with delightful photos of haughty (and gorgeous) cats, Cat-echisms collects the fundamental tenets of feline existence as if in a handbook to be given to all kitties at birth.  Thus, for example, we read:

Q: Who is the most perfect creature in the household?

A: I am the most perfect creature in the household.

Q: Why are you the most perfect creature in the household?

A:  I am the most perfect creature in the household because I am beautiful and exquisite and move in divine silence.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780312596163
Publisher:
St. Martin's Press
Publication date:
04/13/2010
Edition description:
First Edition
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
5.10(w) x 7.20(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Ellis Weiner and Barbara Davilman are the authors of Yiddish With Dick and Jane, Yiddish With George and Laura, How to Raise a Jewish Dog, and How to Profit From the Coming Rapture. Ellis Weiner is also the author of The Joy of Worry, Drop Dead, My Lovely, The Big Boat to Bye-Bye, and Santa Lives!  Five Conclusive Arguments for the Existence of Santa Claus.

Barbara Davilman is the editor, along with Liz Dubelman, of What Was I Thinking?

 

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