Stuff On My Cat: The Book

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Chronicle Books, Sep 7, 2006 - Humor - 160 pages
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It began with a handful of digital photographs of office supplies, toys, and spare computer parts thoughtfully placed on Mario Garza's snoozing cat, Love. Over time, the objects became bigger: remote controls, shoes, empty pizza boxes. And then cat owners everywhere were sucked into the Internet phenomenon that is defined by a simple motto: stuff + cats = awesome. From Stuffonmycat.com (the amazingly popular website that redefines hilarious and that was named one of the coolest sites of the year by Yahoo! And GQ magazine) comes Stuff On My Cat: The Book. Culled from the thousands of outrageous photographs submitted by mischievous animal lovers, here are 200 of the most unbelievably entertaining images of cats with all manner of things on them: wigs, Easter eggs, dogs, cheeseburgers, cookware, gummi bears, action figures, tiaras, beer cans, pinecones, a statue of the Buddha, and much more. An introduction by the site's creator explains the Stuff on My Cat philosophy, and playful illustrations and graphics are sprinkled throughout. Just try to keep a straight face.
 

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User Review  - snl2014 - Overstock.com

This is great to whip out and show your friends or just leave it around on your coffee table and sit back and be amazed at peoples reactions to these pictures. The only negative thing is everything and more is on the website but it is a great gift for cat lovers. Read full review

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User Review  - the1butterfly - LibraryThing

These are photos from the "Stuff on my cat" website. The vast majority of these photos are cute (my favorites being a baby chick on a cat, He-Man riding a cat, and a line of goldfish type crackers ... Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
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About the author (2006)

Mario Garza is a full-time student and freelance graphic designer. He and his pampered cat, Love, live in Fresno, California.

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