Are you covered in cat hair? Do you reek of Feliway? Is your kitty's happiness your one desire? Millions of women struggle with the same challenge. They feel inadequate when it comes to satisfying their kitties so they wind up on a never-ending quest to do more, be more, give more.
Some say being addicted to cats plays havoc with self-esteem, makes you the brunt of jokes, and interferes with your quality of life, relationships, and careers, but most women feel that's a small price to pay. Still, if you're on the fence about your feline addiction, Zobel Nolan has reprised and updated her book, and "Women Who Still Love Cats Too Much" can help.
It's been nine years since Allia Zobel Nolan first wrote her popular humor book, "Women Who Love Cats Too Much," which is illustrated by noted "Sylvia" cartoonist Nicole Hollander. Since then the feline craze has exploded Suzie Becker's "All I Need to Know, I Learned from My Cat" started the rage, now from Grumpy Cat and cat cafes to cat videos and blogs, anything and everything cat is hot . . . red hot