Aloof. Haughty. Disdainful. Withholding. Moody. Petulant. Imperious. Sound like anyone you know? It does if you own a cat. And while you ve probably made hundreds of excuses about why your cat s this way, the sad fact is your cat s just not that into you.
Don t despair. It s not you. It s your cat. Cats invented not being into you. Richard Smith is here to explain, and help.
Forlorn cat owners everywhere will see themselves in this book in the I Guess Her Mind Is on Other Things excuse. In the Maybe She Needs Her Own Space excuse. In the Maybe He Didn t Recognize Me in My New Hawaiian Shirt excuse. They ll educate themselves about feline indifference through the Know Thy Kitty Quizzes. Test their cat s I.Q. Take the Schnapps-Porsche Well-Adjusted Cat Owner Analysis. Discover Ten Ways to Suck Up to Your Cat, including #2: leave affectionate Post-its in her kitty litter.
In the tradition of "All I Need to Know I Learned from My Cat" (1.7 million copies in print), "Kliban s Cat" (985,000 copies in print), and even "New York Times"bestseller "Bad Cat" (487,000 copies in print), "Your Cat's Just Not That Into You "is utterly loopy and yet dead-on wise this is, after all, from the author of the classic "Dieter s Guide to Weight Loss During Sex." It s filled with insights into the interior life of the world s most maddeningly mysterious animal, and into the damaged psyches of cat lovers who are so often given to wonder: Am I my cat s punk?"
Your Cat's Just Not That into You
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