Fall/Winter 2014


Fall/Winter 2014

Metal Cats

Alexandra Crockett

In Metal Cats Alexandra Crockett highlights two often misunderstood subjects: cats and metal musicians. Her delightful, photo-packed book shows these often intimidating looking musicians as the softies they really are; these guys are really just suckers for their cats. Bonus: a portion of the proceeds go towards no-kill shelters!

Fall/Winter 2014

Catification

Jackson Galaxy and Kate Benjamin

Want to make your home a stylish cat paradise? "Cat Daddy" Jackson Galaxy has paired with Kate Benjamin to bring you tips and tricks to making your home the perfect space for a cat while still keeping an eye attuned to design. An excellent guide to turning any sized space into a chic cat haven!

Fall/Winter 2014

67 Reasons Why Cats Are Better than Dogs

Jack Shepherd

This hilarious book from BuzzFeed's Editorial Director Jack Shepherd had us in stitches. You'd have to be a stone for the photographic "proof" offered not to put a smile on your face. It's the perfect pick me up for yourself or a great little gift for both cat and dog lovers. Be prepared to laugh!

Fall/Winter 2014

Panthers Play for Keeps

Clea Simon

After finding a body that has evidently been mauled by a wild cat, Pru Marlowe finds herself getting deeper and deeper into the mystery of what happened to this young woman. Armed with her ability to communicate with animals, Pru gets input from her service dog in-training, Spot, and her curmudgeon of a cat, Wallis, and works to solve a savage mystery. Animal loving “cozy” fans will dig right in to this welcome installment in the Pru Marlowe pet noir series.

Fall/Winter 2014

Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cat Did What?

Amy Newmark

Heartwarming, sweet, and humorous, Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cat Did What? offers a collection of cat tales guaranteed to delight. Our cats mean the world to us—quirks, mischievous tendencies, and all, and this book captures that, highlighting just how much we love our cats. If you’re like us, you’ll laugh, cry, and want to just give your cat a hug at the end.

Fall/Winter 2014

A Letter to My Cat: Notes to Our Best Friends

Lisa Erspamer

This heartwarming collection of letters written by celebrities to their cats compellingly shows the deep love we cat people have for our furry friends. Candid, honest, and moving (we shed a few tears), the letters are a touching look at the bonds we share with these amazing creatures.

Fall/Winter 2014

Animal Wisdom: Learning from the Spiritual Lives of Animals

Linda Bender

Animal advocate and veterinarian Linda Bender drew on a lifetime of experience to craft this beautiful and thoughtful exploration of the interconnectivity between people and the sentient creatures we share our world with. It’s a welcome reminder of what our animal friends can teach us, how we can better communicate with them, and the many ways they can change our lives for the better. This inspiring look at our relationships with animals—and how they deepen and enrich our lives—is filled with wonderful anecdotes that will keep you turning the pages. If you’re looking for a deeper, more spiritual connection to animals, this is the book for you.

Fall/Winter 2014

Animal Stars: Behind the Scenes with Your Favorite Animal Actors

Allen and Linda Anderson

Learn more about the animals that enchant us on the big screen in Animal Stars. This book not only offers a look into the fascinating world of these talented animals, but also provides insights into their training and daily life, as well as their bonds with their celebrity costars who have fallen in love with them. Actors, directors, and trainers all weigh in with behind-the-scenes stories and highlights.

Fall/Winter 2014

The Grief Recovery Handbook for Pet Loss

Russel Friedman, Cole James, & John W. James

Your relationship with your pet is special—it’s a bond that is very different than those that human beings share with each other. When a beloved pet passes away, people often resort to incorrect mechanisms to deal with the grief, such as trying to move too quickly past the loss (dismissing the real impact), or even attempting to replace the pet immediately. However, these are merely two myths out of six that the authors discuss and dismantle in The Grief Recovery Handbook for Pet Loss. Based on the authors’ Grief Recovery Method, this book addresses the differences in losing a pet, and ultimately, moving on with life.

Fall/Winter 2014

Carmella the Cat

Ann Cerino

{Sponsored Post} This heart‐warming story, the first in a series, is a lesson in caring for animals and giving them a forever home. We need to teach our children through stories such as this that pet ownership is a responsibility, a responsibility for life. Carmella brings joy to my life every day. We hope you enjoy her story! carmellathecat.com