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Cats with Guns

Jonathan Parkyn

Publisher: Amber Books Ltd

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"Whoever said that the pen is mightier than the sword obviously never encountered a kitten with an automatic weapon." – General Douglas "Furball" MacArthur.
 
From Norwegian forest cats sporting Uzis on shoulder straps to a Japanese Bobtail taking aim with a Martini-Henry rifle and Bengal cats with their paws on the trigger of an AK-47, this book reveals the long-hidden love affair between our furry feline friends and the world's best high-powered firearms. They say cats have nine lives, but carrying this kind of heat, these cats sure ain't no pussies.

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