How to Kill Your Girlfriend’s Cat Again Daphne 1990 Submitter: While flipping through the humor section of my local library I found this book, How to Kill your Girlfriend’s Cat Again. With jokes about animal abuse, AIDS, and poor Sharon
Breed to Come Norton 1972 Who isn’t going to pick up a book with a cat dressed up with a hat on the cover? If it is also an Andre Norton title, then double bonus! This particular title, set in the
Cats: and How I Photograph Them Spies 1958 Submitter: I am guessing by the sheer amount of cat books at my local library that a library can never have enough cute cat books. With that said, I am not sure this
Honorable Cat Gallico 1982 Submitter: This book isn’t just poetry about cats – It’s poetry from the viewpoints of cats. The poems are cute and extremely ridiculous. The most outrageous part is the author’s discussion at the beginning of the
Mourka: The Autobiography of a Cat Le Clercq 1964 Submitter: We’re a super small academic library at a school that focuses on the shipping industry, engineering, and business. We received an ILL request a few months ago for this title
The Educated Cat How to Teach Your Cat to Do Tricks Ney and Fadem 1987 Had I been thinking, I would have posted this last week during World Cat Day. (Initially, I thought it was WorldCat day and we should
Fashion Cats Iwasa 2011 Personal bias alert: I don’t like animals dressed up as people. I think it is weird. That said, if you are into that kind of thing, this is your book. Behold the pictures below. ‘Nuff said.
Dancing with Cats Silver and Busch 1999 Submitter: If you thought “Why Cats Paint” qualified for Awful Library Book status, I give you its sequel “Dancing with Cats!” And yes, we had both of them on the shelves of our