there will never be a 'new black'

Caturday: Cat Books: part 1


If you asked us to name our three favorite things in the word, they would be, in no particular order… Cats. Books. and the color Black.

So this post is dedicated to a few Cat Books we love. Here we go!


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Kitten’s First Full Moon might be the cutest kid’s book we’ve ever read/seen. If you have a kid, or need a gift for a kid (we hate giving TOYS as presents for nieces and nephews birthdays!) this is the book to give!

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The Great Cat ~poems about cats~ 

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If you don’t own any of the “Everyman’s Library Pocket Poets” books, you are truly missing out. They are small, usually around 4×6 inches so they are perfect to keep in your purse, or, you know, pocket. Hard covers, ribbon book marks, and full of interesting, classic poems. Go get some.


How to tell if your Cat is plotting to Kill You is a very silly, very cute book. Here’s a sneak peek


 While picking up comics last Wednesday, we saw this adorable Cat Getting Out of a Bag, Cat Book on the shelf…


Jeffrey Brown KNOWS cats. He draws them in a way that really brings out the cuteness in all of the slightly annoying things they do.



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We’d love to show you more Cat Books, but we have a kitty stomping on our keyboard and trying desperately to push our coffee off of our desk. Until we meet again…

Stay Way Gother.


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This entry was posted on August 23, 2014 by in Caturdays.
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