How To Be A Cat

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How To Be A Cat, The Definitive Guide By Lisa Swerling and Ralph Lazar.

If you’ve been considering a career change, now’s a great time to consider becoming a cat. That’s because Lisa Swerling and Ralph Lazar, the creative artists behind Last Lemon, have created a simple and funny guide for ‘How To Be A Cat!’

A lighthearted illustrated guide to daily life as a feline. Cat owners will instantly recognise the simple truisms of how cats rule the household— from spontaneous laptop naps and walking between your legs to demanding constant tummy rubs. This sweet gift book is just the thing for getting in touch with the feline within.

Cats, my friends, are unique and overall special indeed. Cats are mysterious and have fragile characters, as well as brave and courageous depending on the cats’ unique personality, as all cats have. Dive into everything there is to be, because learning of cats is an essence. Are you sure you’d like to become a feline? How about we learn a bit more first, just in case. Maybe you don’t want to lick your butt on a daily basis. A cat is not anywhere near the bouts of being a creature of simplicity.

Let’s face it cat owners, cats don’t learn about you, though, because they don’t care about you but cats have thousands of interesting and funny habits! So just think about the facts you love about your cat and give it a try. What do you have to lose, right?

I hope this will help you to achieve your life-long dream to become a cat. Just follow these steps, and you’ll be cat-like in no time…

How To be A Cat- Be Curious

Visitors Hating Cats

Sleep In A Sunny Spot

Close Walk

Bathroom Monitoring

Bring Your Catch Home Take Place Walk Over Human Play With Socks Make Human Feel Guilty Do Parkour After Eating

How To Be A Cat

Be sure to visit Lisa and Lazar’s website, Last Lemon – they’ve got more from this and other fun ongoing projects as well!

More info about the book and its Facebook page could be found here: The Book | Facebook 

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    1. Oxford Junior Post author

      Yes, indeed! It’s a brilliant and a cute book. Thank you for finding my blog and leaving a sweet comment. Big hugs. I am always happy and I always appreciate it when a fellow blogger/cat lover enjoy reading my posts. Hope you come back again soon. Cheers!

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