Last week during a blog hop I stumbled across a book that caught my eye and has since captured my heart. Its called Housecat Confidential and is the autobiography of Fin, a beautiful long hair house cat, told in her own words and transcribed by the author Meg S. Hart. The story opens with a wonderful look at her kitten-hood in the shelter and dealing with being different from the other kittens in her litter. Her interactions with her litter-mates are heart warming and funny and certainly a reminder that beauty is something best seen through the heart, not the eyes. The book covers everything you would want to know about being a cat or as Fin calls it "a Kittizen".
If you ever wondered what your cat is trying to tell you with that slightly different meow? Its covered. Want to know what your cat is thinking when it just stands there looking at you with "that" look? Its covered. Want to know how your cat REALLY feels about being "fixed"? Its covered. This book goes through all the joys of being a companion to a cat, everything from snuggle time, to vet visits to grooming. Having three cats myself I relished the insights on mousey love and the evil Dyson, it was also nice to finally find out why my three cats all turned out to be "Daddies" girls.
If you have a cat or are thinking of getting a cat I highly recommend this book, it will make you smile, chuckle and nod in agreement....a LOT. The pictures of Fin are adorable and thankfully one of the first ones, a kitten picture says you can go ahead and smooch the page if you need to....I needed to.
You can find this book at Amazon in paperback for $9.95 or Kindle download for $3.99.
Here is the Amazon Product Description: "Have you ever wondered what “Meow” really means? What would a cat say about her life, or about her observations of yours?
Maybe our lives aren’t so different.
Fin’s life is filled with many of the same struggles and joys we can all relate to. Her love of and frustration with her family, finding love despite the scandal (with her toy mouse), discovering her life’s purpose (humans don’t wake themselves), and protecting the ones she loves from danger (moths and the new family dog).
After reading this humorous and heartwarming tale, filled with advice on living life on the inside, you may never think of “Pet Peeves” in the same way again.
About the Author: Fin is an ordinary suburban housecat living life on the inside."
Fin and her mom also have a blog by the same name, Housecat Confidential, so you can keep up with her and her family, you can follow on line or have it delivered from Amazon straight to your kindle for $0.99 so you never miss a post.
I hope you are all having a great weekend.