A self-help book for cats? Any self-respecting cat would tell you that she is purrfect just the way she is, thank you very much, and she doesn't need no stinking self-help book, even if it smells like tuna. Despite this, Dena Harris went bravely where no author had gone before, and wrote just that - a self help book for cats. Thankfully, she had the assistance of Mr. Nom-Noms, "America's Most Know-It All Expert...On Everything," to help her with this task, and Who Moved My Mouse? A Self-Help Book for Cats (Who Don't Need Any Help) was born.
This delightful book made me chuckle most of the time, and laugh out loud more than once. I don't recommend drinking while reading - there are far too many "spew alert worthy" passages in the book. From the incredibly detailed Purrsonality Profile (is your cat an SEBR - Snuggler Eager Bold Rebel or an LCBI - Loner Comatose Bold Innocent?) to The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Cats, this wonderful parody will empower your feline charges to answer such deeply important questions as: Who are we? Why are we here? Where are you going with that ham?
Aside from being super funny, this little book is a visual gem. Illustrated with Ann Boyajian's charming cat drawings, and beautifully laid out in two-color print, this is a book to be enjoyed over and over. Don't miss this one, and while you're at it, treat your favorite cat lover to a copy or two - this book makes the purrfect gift.