So what is your cat’s sign?
I believe my cats are Pisces. Must be the fish symbol. As I am not a professional on astrology, I can only assume this must mean my cats are all about disdain, food, and naps. (Oh wait, that is EVERY cat!). Not sure what is in the stars for your kitty? Now you can know all the inside secrets of your cat’s personality. Points for invoking the almighty, Morris the cat in the cover blurb.
Ooh, it looks like Mr. Fluffles’s sign is associated with a successful and lucrative career!
Time to get him a collar with a little necktie on it and send him to business school!
Well, you could get Mr. Fluffles painted by these nice people: http://supah.com/
I don’t even know the date of either of my cats’ birth. I guess that’s one thing keeping me from turning into a crazy cat lady.
That’s what I was wondering, if you adopted your cat as an adult and don’t know his/her birthday, how does that work?
I figure that s what the book is for. You use his personality to infer his birthday, or at least his birth month.
I was wondering about that myself. None of my cats came with birth certificates.
I wish I could link directly to it, but “mittens the texting cat” had a conversation reminiscent of this problem.
Sounds like you need a Taurus for Cat-Flexing. Which sign leaps a couple of cat-lengths off the ground to knock bats out of midair and play with them? Then present them as trophies?
I feel like this is a book that Cathy, from the comic strip, owned and read frequently (it being the only book on her bedside table besides Women Who Worry Too Much and the collected cartoons of Jim Davis.)
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