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One Hundred Thoughts Cats Have About Humans

Celia Haddon
One Hundred Thoughts Cats Have About Humans

One Hundred Thoughts Cats Have About Humans

Celia Haddon

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Want to train your human even more purrfectly? This title has 100 ways to work out your human's weird behaviour and so gain more cat power. Cats rule OK!;Here are a few choice tips from the book. Adopt a rescue human. They think they are adopting you. Humans that need homes go to special places where cats are kept. These are rescue humans. Humans can't caterwaul - except in the bath or sometimes when they play the piano.;They cannot purr. Cat psychologists suggest that this gap in the human vocal repertoire is due to their lack of inner confidence and serenity.;Baby humans don't have anyone of their own age to play with, but it doesn't matter as much as it would for a kitten as they are amazingly retarded.;Gay tom humans make the best pets.

- Publisher "Humans actually believe they are superior beings. This delusion explains many of the silly behaviors that are so frustrating to us. Some of our best friends are human, but let's face it, as a species, they're limited." Contained in this little human training manual for cats are some of the following topics: Human Inferiority and How to Adopt a Rescue Human; The Dysfunctional Species--Bald, Nearly Blind, with Only Two Legs; If Only They Could Speak...; Why Can't They Wash Properly?; They'd Be So Much Happier Neutered or Spayed!; A Genetic Inability to Mouse and Other Eating Disorders; and Human Selfishness and Poor Service. An essential owner's handbook for felines everywhere.

- Publisher

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Want to train your human even more purrfectly? This title has 100 ways to work out your human's weird behaviour and so gain more cat power. Cats rule OK!;Here are a few choice tips from the book. Adopt a rescue human. They think they are adopting you. Humans that need homes go to special places where cats are kept. These are rescue humans. Humans can't caterwaul - except in the bath or sometimes when they play the piano.;They cannot purr. Cat psychologists suggest that this gap in the human vocal repertoire is due to their lack of inner confidence and serenity.;Baby humans don't have anyone of their own age to play with, but it doesn't matter as much as it would for a kitten as they are amazingly retarded.;Gay tom humans make the best pets.
- Publisher

"Humans actually believe they are superior beings. This delusion explains many of the silly behaviors that are so frustrating to us. Some of our best friends are human, but let's face it, as a species, they're limited." Contained in this little human training manual for cats are some of the following topics: Human Inferiority and How to Adopt a Rescue Human; The Dysfunctional Species--Bald, Nearly Blind, with Only Two Legs; If Only They Could Speak...; Why Can't They Wash Properly?; They'd Be So Much Happier Neutered or Spayed!; A Genetic Inability to Mouse and Other Eating Disorders; and Human Selfishness and Poor Service. An essential owner's handbook for felines everywhere.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Celia Haddon

Celia Haddon is a bestselling anthologist whose books have sold well over 1,000,000 copies worldwide. She was the Daily Telegraph`s pet agony aunt and is a reputed lover and worshipper of cats, having lived with them and loved them since she was a child. She has compiled a number of anthologies in their honour. She is also compiler of the best-selling ONE HUNDRED WAYS... and a qualified cat behaviourist.

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 215565
  • Product Code 0340861703
  • EAN 9780340861707
  • Pages 96
  • Department Academic
  • Category Reference
  • Sub-Category Textbook
  • Publisher Hodder & Stoughton
  • Publication Date Sep 2003
  • Dimensions 153 x 115 x 8 mm
  • Weight 0.076kg

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