Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Book Review: The Truth About Cats, by Molly Brandenburg

I have to admit that I’m a “cat person” -- as evidenced by the two adorable black cats lounging around my house -- so I was excited to be given the opportunity to review The Truth About Cats: Notes from the Feline Underbelly, by Molly Brandenburg. This cartoon book covers all of cats’ favorite subjects, from naps to hunting rodents to their mysterious personalities! It also introduces a cat named Frank, “a loveably weight-challenged feline”! How will Frank deal with having a new kitten in his home -- one who sleeps in his spot and seems to have all the attention of his “food provider” (human owner)?

Ever wonder if your cat is sending a message through the position of her tail? Wonder no more! Cat tail positions are decoded in The Truth About Cats. Have you worried that your cat might be overweight? Check out the “tell-tail” signs of cat obesity. (Here’s a hint: If your kitty gets stuck in the cat door, he’s eating too much.) Thankfully, “calorie burning workouts for the sedentary cat” are included.

If you’re a cat owner, you’ll certainly recognize your feline friend and his antics in The Truth About Cats. This is a fun, brief book to enjoy while you’re cuddling with your furball on the couch on a rainy afternoon -- that is, if he isn’t showing his devotion by sprawling across the book!


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