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Cat Zodiac - An Astrological Guide to the Feline Mystique - cover

Cat Zodiac - An Astrological Guide to the Feline Mystique

Maeva Considine

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Summary

Mystified by your cat? Look to the stars—and this whimsically illustrated guide—for answers! 
 
Whether you’ve got a brand-new kitten or a longtime feline companion, you need only look to the stars to demystify your cat’s personality and behaviors. This zodiac collection delves into the inner lives of cats, exploring each sun sign and offering character traits, lifestyle insights, and relationship inclinations to help cat owners learn to live in harmony with their unique pets.  
 
Filled with delightful illustrations, this book helps you understand your tabby Taurus or calico Capricorn—and finally unlocks the secrets of the feline mystique!
Available since: 03/01/2016.
Print length: 112 pages.

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