We all love cats. Well maybe not all of us, probably about half the population, or a bit less, like maybe a quarter of the population loves cats, maybe not quite that many, but a bunch of people love cats. There’s something about cats that folks who love them find very catty and cute, cute, cute. Cattiness: Some Cats are Jerks is about all of that
No two cats are alike. Besides being adorably cute, every cat has its own catishes that are either delightful or obnoxious, or a combination of both. Most cats are a combination of lovey dovey and catanic all rolled into one adorable furry dickens. Sometimes they are absolutely wonderful and loving, and then other times they appear to be possessed by some sort of catevil.
Kittens, however cuddly and adorable, are just as prone to cat moods as grown-ups. One minute they are curled up in a fluffy ball on your lap, and the next minute they are racing past you like you never existed, heading for a place to claw, a tissue to tear, or something to knock off a table. They will do this without so much as a sideways glance at you, the purveyor of those loving pats and scratches and yummy food. Nope, cats do not say thank you, never ever. You, loving human, have served your purpose, done your duty and they, the kittens or cats, have places to go, food to eat, naps to take, and your personal property to destroy.
Cattiness: Some Cats are Jerks is filled with delightful photographs and lots of laughs.
About the Author
Art Director, Writer, Creative Director and finally author. Margaret Cioffi spent her professional career working in advertising and marketing. Her career spans several years and several hundred ads in print, radio and broadcast. Margaret Cioffi has written ten books. She spends her free time writing, cooking, painting and hanging out with her husband and her family.