Cockatiels for Two: A Book of Cat Cartoons
Why do we put up with our finicky felines? They won't pull a sled, lead the blind, bite burglars, or fetch the paper. But love them we do, and in this collection of feline funnies, "New Yorker cartoonist Leo Cullum helps us understand why.
Following on the success of his two previous collections of animal cartoons, "Cockatiels for Two investigates the truth beneath the cat's inscrutable exterior. Languid elegance or sheer laziness? Do they return our love, or are they merely seeking easy food and a warm body? Cullum addresses all this and more in 113 delightful cartoons. I'm expected for dinner around seven
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