Are they gone? They are? GOOD!
You know my kitty friends, there is a holiday coming up on February 14th and it's called Valentine's Day! I know most of you know what this holiday is all about, but for the one or two of you who don't, you can read about it here.
Valentine's Day is a day when the humans like to show their love for each other. You know what that means? That means that for one day there is a chance albeit a SMALL CHANCE that their attention might be diverted from bestowing affection, treats and presents on us and instead, they will give them to the HUMAN object of their affection!
Kitties! We will have NONE of that!
To make matters even worse, those of you like myself who live with a doggy, are always in a constant battle for supremacy. Mind you this competition is not of our own making, but those jumping, barking, drooling attention hogs known as dogs, force us into proving just who is a better companion for our humans. I know, I know, don't get your furballs all in a bunch! I KNOW as well as YOU DO that it is CATS! Sometimes our humans need a reminder though.
Well, HERE IT IS! The purrfect little present for Valentine's Day that kitties YOU can present to your HUMAN! like a DOG would EVER think of giving their human a present on Valentine's Day that wasn't covered in poop or drool! It's a
Here are a few kibble-sized pieces of the gems you will find in this pocket-sized book:
- A cat's breath doesn't smell like a mixture of a dumpster and an old locker
- Cats would never cling to a guest's leg, nor slobber all over them
- Cats wouldn't dream of rolling in the mud. Ewwww.
- Cats don't have self-esteem issues. They don't live for human's approval.
- Cats don't beg. It's not their style.
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Kitties, you and I have known these points all along, but sometimes those less gifted in the cerebral department which translates to humans, need a reminder. As Allia Zobel Nolan says, "I hate to put the kibosh on dogs, they do have some fine points. But, taken as a whole, cats just have more of them."
"So, sorry Fido, there's just no contest-o. Cats have dogs licked, paws down."
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Allia Zobel Nolan is an internationally-published, award-winning author of seven cat books and over 150 children's and adult trade titles with 2 1/2 million books in print. She lives in Norwalk, Connecticut with her husband and their three better-than-dogs cats.
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