Of Cats and Men by Sam Kalda
My brother in law is a great “man crazy about his cat” ambassador. He’s also extremely handy with tools, very good at technology, is active himself but not at all into watching sports of any kind, and loves to cook(not just grill). Basically, my point being, some of my favorite people definitely defy stereotypes. 🙂
I actually just lost my kitty about a month ago. My precious boy and my best friend. Ugh, still pains me a bit to see any references to a cat b/c I really do miss him that much.
I’m so sorry for your loss. If you feel like sharing, what was your kitty’s name (and nickname)?
I have had very bad experiences with men who have cats, I don’t trust them anymore. I’m going to make a point of avoiding men with cats. They are anal retentive.
Really? One of my dearest friends – kind, loving, generous, handsome, great husband – has almost always had a cat.
I love this cover so much! I will probably love the book, too.
My dad has had a special friendship with all the cats that have been in our family. My mom adopted two just over a year ago after sadly losing 2 elderly cats and a not-so-elderly one in a short span of time. The one new cat totally loves my dad–looks at him adoringly, sits on his lap and lets him scratch her chin as she looks blissed out.
He also came over to feed my newly adopted cat while I was away overnight last month, and he said she was very nice to him!
I like your Dad.
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