Pets Who Want to Kill Themselves: Featuring Over 150 Suicidal Pets!

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Crown/Archetype, Oct 20, 2010 - Humor - 160 pages
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PEOPLE LOVE THEIR PETS.

SOME PEOPLE LOVE THEIR PETS
A LITTLE TOO MUCH.


Who could blame Mr. Whiskers for trying to high-dive from a penthouse window or Fluffy for crawling into a washing machine? After being dressed up for Halloween, married off in elaborate weddings, toted everywhere in baby backpacks, or just plain coddled within an inch of their sanity by obsessively doting owners, these pets are on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Or worse. They’d call the suicide hotline–but they don’t have fingers.



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I bought this book for my fatherinlaw. My grandfatherinlaw liked it so much that I ordered him one too. The book is funny but shouldnt be read by young people. There are some risky photos and some inappropriate language. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

DUNCAN BIRMINGHAM has worked as a teacher, a newspaper reporter, and a Big Foot expert for The Weekly World News. He writes for film and TV in Los Angeles. For the record, he loves a good cat wedding.


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