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Saturday, August 10, 2019

INTRODUCING MYSELF - AUTHOR GEORGE

Dear Readers,
Just a few words to let you know about myself, now that I have taken over from my Uncle George.
I am the published author of A-Z. A Cat's Guide to Humans.  
(My uncle wrote a book but shamefully the publishers refused to credit him: giving credit to Celia Haddon instead.)
As you can see from my picture, I am not a cat that allows humans to mess me about.
I instructed my agent that the book would only come out, if I was given due credit. So there is my name on the cover.
At last a book by a cat.
The book describes the ethology of so-called Homo Sapiens and gives valuable hints on how to live with the species.
I have had to soften my opinions a little in the book, in order to stay within feline political correctness. 
This blog will reveal the hard hitting truths behind the book.... don't miss the revelations to come....
Next week - why we need a Mew Too movement. 


 

3 comments:

  1. Kudos to you, George II for standing up for your uncle! For once I'm glad that George (your uncle) gets the long deserved recognition for his books! I know Celia helped but, then she always have put her name on the cover! Waiting to see what you are up to!
    Purrs,
    Chico

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  2. dood !!! its nice ta see ewe .....N we gotta say yur one handsum dood....N yur rite; due knot ever let peepulz mezz with ya. we hope de book sellz 90 bazillion copeeez..we just googled; september 19th iz when de web sayz yur book will be out !!!
    total lee awesum !! ☺☺♥♥

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  3. Awesome story! Congrats on the successful team work!
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