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Happy Cat Day: A Manifesto for an Official Cat Holiday

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Cat people unite This book calls for the establishment of a National Cat Holiday. Cats and their people have had enough, constantly hearing about the greatness and superiority of dogs. In this book, best-selling author Stu Hample uses his pen as a sword to argue for Happy Cat Day, a national holiday that will finally give cats the full recognition and acceptance as America ...more
Hardcover, 80 pages
Published April 28th 2004 by Willow Creek Press (first published April 2004)
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Cats Day is already February 22nd.
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Better known as Stoo Hample, was an American children's book author, performer, playwright and cartoonist.
His "Children's letters to God" is an international best seller.
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