This stunning collection profiles cats doing normal, everyday things (walking their fish, fetching pails of water, cuddling birds, tending grape vines) to the fantastic (one-horned ogre-cats). It has infiltrated my dreams. [Atticus]
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Store cat Atticus has won the hearts of Tacomans and has his own fan club. Atticus is a prize-winning rodeo rider who then became a friar. He joined the bookstore staff in 2009 and serves as both a shoulder-warmer and a spunky bookseller.
This beauteous book profiles working distillery cats from around the country. While not as an important job as being a bookstore cat, this book shows the cats in all their glory. There are bonus cocktail recipes, although they have no catnip, so what's the point? [Atticus]
I'm the real Hikaru Sulu. Don't believe me? Check out the book. Why do I have yellow eyes in the picture? Jenny Parks changed my eye color in the book to keep me safe from paparazzi. Duh! - Atticus
I don’t understand you humans love of B-13 and N-37, when you could be calling for a Maine Coon, a Siamese, or a Scottish Fold. Bingo was his name-o isn’t a dog, but a cat. Play the real game with this beautiful, true game of competitive wonderment. [Atticus]
We’re loveable, we’re fun...and we’re all a little bit weird. I may like lounging on people’s shoulders like a scarf, but my fellow cats have been caught rocking out to goth metal and eating big bags of Cheetos. Ha! Haven’t caught me yet! [Atticus]
Thank You. Listen, it is past time to acknowledge the vital role cats play in the American economy. Despite the paucity of shop cats in Tacoma, we are here teaching humans how to make money. [Atticus]