This purrfectly hilarious cat poem collection while bring back wonderful memories of your feline friends and have you busting with laughter…
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BOOK BLURB: This purrfectly hilarious cat poem collection while bring back wonderful memories of your feline friends and have you busting with laughter. 9 out of 10 cats recommend this book; the 10th one was Grumpy Cat.
My Review: I am immediately drawn to any books having to do with cats, so silly cat poetry was right up my alley and I was fortunate to get a chance to read and review it. I love that actual cat antics were used as inspiration for this series of poems. You can tell the author has definitely shared a home with cats, she definitely manages to capture the attitude and mischief they create. I love how she features individual cats specifically in this collection, giving each their own little spotlight. One of my favorite lines was "But I go where I please and lay where I want that dog can sit elsewhere watching me flaunt." If that doesn't completely capture cat attitude, I don't know what does. This was such a fun collection to read and I found something to enjoy on each page. I just hope we get more in the future!
My Rating: I so enjoyed this book, I just wish there was more of it and maybe more and different cats! I got quite a chuckle out of several of the poems and definitely could see many of my own cats over the years in the lines as well. I highly recommend this book for any cat lover out there and give it a rating of Four Paws!
What is the answer?
What will prevail?
Will it be the red dot?
Or will the cat win the tale?
My name is Socks,
and much to my delight,
I chase a red dot
almost every single night.
It travels over bed sheets
and runs across the floor
while I chase to my heart’s content
thirsting for more!
By day I sleep;
by night I chase
when my human comes home from work
and pulls out the laser post-haste!
I hear the clicking of the button
and race into the room
to run after that red dot--
look at me zoom!
M.G. Rorai enjoys hanging with her cats and annoying her husband. She’s been writing for as long she can remember and is slightly obsessed with cats.
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