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One Hundred Ways for a Cat to Find Its Inner Kitten

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Presents various ways to understand the meaning of your inner kittenhood and humans.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published September 1st 2002 by Hodder & Stoughton (first published 2002)
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Tracy
Dec 25, 2009 Tracy rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Cat lovers
Shelves: kittybooks, pets
This little book was adorable!

"Play hide-and-seek with a mouse, dead or alive. Hide it in a half-open drawer, in a paper file, in a handbag, inside the washing machine, behind the washing machine, under the pillow or, best of all, in the toaster so that your human has toasted mouse for breakfast."

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"I have loved animals from as far back as I can remember", writes Celia Haddon. "As a child, I realised that some animals suffered at the hands of ignorant humans. To right this I have published several books about cats. Cats make me laugh. We humans don't really understand them, though. If we did, they would have a happier life.

For 20 years I wrote about companion animals (pets) for the Daily Tel
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