Book • A comedian’s hilarious take on cats’ strange habits.
Do you have a sneaking suspicion that your cat is out to make your life a living hell? Why Cats are Assholes tries to decipher all the reasons why these feline pets find pleasure in knocking everything off shelves, running around the home in the wee hours of the morning, and hogging most of the bed.
Who wrote it?
A stand-up comedian, cat owner, and the daughter of veterinarians, Liz Miele authored this 175-page book while observing her cat, Pasta.
Why is it awesome for stay-at-home parents?
Stuck-at-home cat parents looking for ways to unwind will laugh and learn as they read this guide to better understanding their cats. Containing 14 chapters, Why Cats are Assholes covers hilarious topics such as “Resting Cat Face” and “There’s a Murderer in Your House,” and answers questions such as “Does My Cat Hate Me, or Is It Just Trying to Ruin My Life for Fun?” and “Why Don’t My Friends Like Cats?” Miele hopes that the book will teach cat owners creative ways to take back their homes from their domesticated terrorists.
How much is it?
The book is available in Kindle (18.99 AUD) and paperback (25.85 AUD) editions on Amazon Australia.
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Where can I get it?
You can order it on Amazon Australia.