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101 Reasons Cats Are Better Than Kids

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101 Reasons Why Cats Are Better Than Kids! In this humorous book, author Lynda Tiedtke compiles 101 comparisons between cats and kids. These funny, and sometimes irreverent, quips will ring true for parents and cat lovers alike. Rick Menard's clever illustrations highlight why parenting cats is so much better!
Paperback, 104 pages
Published September 23rd 2013 by Page Publishing, Inc.
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Kristine Hall
Sep 01, 2016 Kristine Hall rated it it was amazing
Shelves: adult, picture-book, humor
Even though there are five children (and just one cat) in our household, I found myself nodding in agreement to many of the 101 reasons why cats are better than kids. ("You don't have to drive a minivan." cough, cough.) The book highlights the expense, inconvenience, and sheer madness parents of humans must cope with in raising them to adulthood.

Great for cat lovers and possibly those struggling with the question of whether to start a family!

NOTE: Don't recommend the Kindle version at this poin
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