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Who Moved My Mouse?

Just as the title suggests, Who Moved My Mouse is a whimsical look at the lives of cats. Although most cats don’t believe they need help (and some may be beyond help) this book offers them a touch of reality for them. A source of amusement and comic relief, the author takes you into the life of a cat through a series of quizzes, exercises and tips on how to become a better, more rounded cat. In other words, the book explains to cats how to get in touch with their Inner Kitten. My favorite chapter; A Cat’s Conversation with God, however, the whole book had me either giggling or laughing-out-loud. Illustrated in charming detail by Ann Boyajian, Who Moved My Mouse offers a treasure trove of detail regarding the mysterious ways of cats.

I would suggest that you NOT pick up this book to read it if you have to; drive the kids to soccer, go to work, pick up hubby, need to keep a doctor’s appointment or run your kitty to the vet. You will want to have a big block of time to devour this book with a large coffee not to close (so you don’t spew any of the hot liquid on you, the book, or on your unsuspecting kitty)!

I suspect some evil afoot though, after receiving my copy of this wonderful book, it seems to have vanished into thin air….hmmm- I wonder, did it perhaps fall down a mouse-hole with a little help?

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