Max Thompson known far and wide on the Internet as “The Psychokitty” is an expert in all things feline. He has decided to help out humans everywhere to understand the ways of the cat. That with cute furriness comes hairballs. There are paw drawn illustrations and note pages to further assist people with their learning curve. At the end are included some letters from cats and their people who have written to Psychkitty for advice. A funny book. Though I must say that Psychokitty seems to have more issues with poop and barfing then any of the five house cats I have had.
Nothing is cuter than a kitten or more curious. This book of poems by kittens shares their amazement at their new world around them, their never ending curiosity and how they learn to live with older cats and their people. Filled with cute photos and funny poems that made me laugh out loud.
Each page contains an important live lesson, such as “Learn from those who have come before you,” the name of the cat counselor giving advice on this lesson, the counselor’s moment in “purrspective” and then the advice he or she has learned during their nine lives. Next page has a photo of each cat counselor. These house cats try to share the lessons they have learned with us, the humble human, to reduce the stress in our lives and lead a more enjoyable, stress-free life. After all if we are happy and stress-free we will have more time to devote to kitty.
This book is full of fun photos of cats and kittens and the poems are straight forward and funny. If you have ever owned a cat, especially a house cat this book is for you. Some of the poems made me laugh out loud. Others made me give an exasperated sigh, because “my cat has done that.” The author of the syndicated comic strip, Sally Forth, helps cats unlock their creative potential and explain their odd behavior in perfectly cat logical ways. But no matter how wacky, whimsical or exasperating cats are always still loveable. At least mine are. : )
This is a sweet get-yourself-in-the-mood-for-Christmas for Catlovers. There is both humor here as well as stories traditional Christmas tales told from Cat standpoint. The humor was gentle and clever, Not the loud guffaw and bust your gut type. I was impressed at how continually Samek was able to riff on the cat humor, finding all sorts
of puns and ways to have fun. This book includes feline versions of Christmas Carols, treats and goodies for cats, the poem The Night Before Christmas, as well as Dicken’s A Christmas Carol for cats (eg Bob Scratchit). Some of the ideas really did seem plausible.
In this volume of Chi’s adventures, Chi moves to a new home. At first she isn’t thrilled with the place, but she slowly warms up to the idea. Chi meets fellow animals in her apartment complex, and I can foresee that these animals will play a big role in some of her next adventures.
Like the last books, Chi’s Sweet Home Volume 4 was fun, simple, and delightful. These books always put me in a good mood!
Chi’s new friend, Kuro the bear-cat, teaches Chi how to act more like a cat and less like a human. They go on many adventures together, catching the landlord’s attention. They nearly get captured multiple times. Sadly, Kuro is eventually caught by the landlord and he and his owner are forced to move away. Chi’s family decides to move as well in order to keep Chi with them.
A hilarious, brilliant offering of cat comics, facts, and instructional guides from the creative wonderland at TheOatmeal.com.
Welcome to Downton Tabby
Here, the aristocrats of the animal kingdom dwell in stately splendor, sleeping, grooming, sleeping some more, and being fed by their downstairs cats, unaware that their way of life; providing work for others; is about to be swept away by the tides of history . . . and runaway cars.
The fur will fly.
This humorous parody provides essential information for preserving their Golden Age, including How to Keep a Secret at Downton Tabby, How to Argue with Lord Grimalkin About His Most Deeply Held Beliefs, and some Uninvited but Necessary Words from the Dowager.
A unique mixture of true cat history, legends, statistics about cats and cat owners, quotes, trivia, poems and all other things cat related with beautiful and adorable photos of cats.
Written as the daily diary of an unnamed house cat, Diary of a Cat shows you the world through a feline perspective. Cat shares what he sees in his own neighborhood and not just the birds but what his human neighbors are up to as well. You will discover what Cat is thinking while he stays at a single speck on the wall, how it feels about a new kitten moving into his house and why sleeping is such a vital all-day activity and much more.
A funny, sweet read.
Here we learn where Grumpy Cat lives (in Arizona), what his first words were “No”, “Good”, and how he likes the desert. Full of the humor you’ve come to know and love, Grumpy Cat spreads his warm fuzzies around.
There is a reason we don’t carry this title…yep, its Not that good. Remind me to never read a book, just because the cover looks really good. They say you cannot judge a book by its cover, well, thats Not entirely true. If the cover features a knife dripping with blood, you know chances are good, that its just NOT a “cozy mystery”. But I digress.
Main character, Jimmy Zoole’s has had a wretched year: his best friend died, his acting career is dead, his apt has been burgled repeatedly, his promising manuscript for a novel gone with burglary #3, his girlfriend just broke up with him, and now his cat has died while at the vets. Its being capped off with burglary #4 on New Year’s Eve. Zoole catches the burglar in the act ties him to the kitchen counter, and vents by hitting the burglar. I thought it would be lots funnier. Yes I knew there’d be some black humor. But I thought the burglar turning around and helping Zoole after being hit repeatedly stretched credulity.
The cover (the black one) looks like it’d be a hilarious read, a little quirky… Not for me. Yet this book, was turned into both a play and a movie, perhaps I’m being harsh.
I’d been looking for a cat book available in MP3 downloadable format (so many are in the aggravating & useless WMA format) so when I found one in MP3 format and that Amy Tan had written it, I was delighted. It is a brief tale of the ancient heroic cat Sagwa who had changed the emperor into a less self-centered ruler.