Careers for Your Cat

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Ten Speed Press, 2010 - Pets - 90 pages
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Does your pampered Persian princess have a talent for interior design? Does your dapper tabby harbor the soul of an opera diva? Or is your sleek Siamese with the selective palate a restaurant critic in the making? Cat career coach Ann Dziemianowicz helps our furry companions navigate the increasingly high-stakes feline job market and streamlines the kitty job-search process by giving cats the tools they need to identify skill sets and make sound employment decisions. The convenient, completely private in-home Meowers-Briggs Career/Personality Test is a unique self-assessment tool that establishes your cat's "type"--outgoing or reserved? self-effacing or self-confident? witty or witless? Dziemianowicz then profiles thirty-four thoughtfully selected career matches. Finally, it's time for cats realize their full potential and go to work so you can sit back, relax, and take a well-earned cat nap.

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ANN DZIEMIANOWICZ was the Assistant Director of Publications/Senior Writer at Stevens Institute, a leading technological university. Prior to this position, she was for many years an Advertising Manager at Simon & Schuster. Ann’s cats have enjoyed varied careers in the fields of law enforcement (Bibsy is a private detective), culinary excellence (Fella is a restaurant pastry chef), and entertainment (Milton is a cabaret singer).

ANN BOYAJIAN is an illustrator living and working with her husband and cats in the Boston area. Her previously published books for children include Journey to the Heart: Centering Prayer for Children, O Say Can You See? America’s Symbols, Landmarks, and Important Words, and Samantha’s Friendship Fun. Ann’s elegant, sophisticated graphics reveal a wry wit, inspiration for which she attributes to her four-footed models.

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