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All Cats Are Introverts - cover

All Cats Are Introverts

Francesco Marciuliano

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC

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Summary

Have you ever been labeled as "antisocial," "shy," or "lost in your own thoughts" because you don't realize someone's been calling your name 148 times? The cats understand. All Cats Are Introverts is a collection of self-reflective poetry from cats that clearly shows them to be the insightful, often alert, crowd-averse, personally engaging, probably napping-as-we-speak introverts of the animal kingdom. Enjoy this completely relatable and hilarious book, and perhaps you will soon see the cat—and even yourself—in a whole new light. 
Available since: 10/15/2019.
Print length: 116 pages.

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