I'm a man and have only one less cat than the author, so I found this book is so true to life that it had me in stiches throughout. From cat flap bizarreness (fridge, anyone?) to a discussion of the many names a cat seems to end up with, right down to the sadness of loss. Everything is here. And, truth be told, it's probably way more educational for newcomers to cats than those many so-called "cat psychiatry" books.
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