Some of My Favorite Things

I thought it would be pawsome to share a couple of my favorite things!

 

1. Crinkle Ball

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I love playing with this! I will kick it all around the apartment. It’s a great way to get some exercise!

2. Feather Teaser

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This is one of my top toys of all-time. I love going after the feathers!

3. Temptations Snacky Mouse

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The Snacky Mouse is a fun way to get your treats! I love trying to figure out how to get the treats out!

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My First Book Review

Yes, yes, I have a favorite book.  I mean I have a many, but this post is about one book.Also, it’s no surprise that all my favorite books are about cats because what’s a book without cats in it.

The book is called “How to Tell If Your Cat Is Plotting to Kill You” by The Oatmeal. You might of heard of The Oatmeal. He’s the guy that illustrates really funny comics (like the one below).

Image via The Oatmeal

Okay, now back to the review. This Book is absolutely hilarious. Even the human enjoyed reading it. Also, when the human got the book it came with a free poster. I made the human hang it up on the wall because it’s funny and cool.

Now, the book is not like your boring romantic sci-fi adventure book. It provides a lot of funny comics about cats.

If you want funny book about cats, then buy this book!

You can purchase it from Amazon!

Stay tuned for more of my book reviews!

If I Could Speak Human…

Well, there are a couple of things that I would say if I could speak human. So, I had the human type out a list because of course I can’t type or speak human.

  1. Where’s my food?
  2. Why don’t you give more treats?
  3. How come you don’t always come when I meow?
  4. Why do you get mad when I decide to walk all over your laptop?
  5. You should give me more food.
  6. Humans can’t speak cat very well.
  7. Not all cats are a big fan of salmon (this includes me).
  8. Catnip is one heck of a thing.
  9. I’m terribly sorry if I shed too much.
  10. We are a lot smarter than you think.

I could go on and on, but I’ll have the human stop here for now.

-Dexter