Cats Rule!: Henry’s Purr-spective
“The book is litter-ally the best comedic tail!” -Kitty Post
“It’s a Claw-some read.” – New York Kitty Times
“I’m Paw-sitive you will love it!”- Library Kitty Journal
“‘Paws’-itively one the cutest tails.” – Catterific Tribune
‘Con-cat-ulations, Henry! The book is a riot!” – Catago Sun
“Meow-velous!” -Cat Observer
“This mew–ment only comes once in a lifetime!” -Chatham Kitty News
Michael: Henry…these are all fake magazines and newspapers. It’s appalling.
Henry: It’s not a-paw-ling. It’s hiss-terical.
Michael: No, it’s lying. Just outline a reason why a reader would want to buy your book but stick to the facts.
Henry: I am awesome! This is why you need this book, Reader!
Michael: You can’t just tell the reader how wonderful a cat you are and expect them to buy the book. You need to persuade them
Henry: Don’t you mean purr-suade? Well, I am not just a cat. I won’t admit to that! I’m a watcher, a protector, a vile creature detector. I. Am. Henry. A standing ovation, purr-ease, for my extraordinary performance of my particularly high acclaim.
Michael: Wow, you are so dramatic. I agreed to help you write your book, but it doesn’t mean that I want to listen to you drone on and on about yourself.
Henry: Well, can you do better, Michael?
Michael: Let’s see. How’s this: Don’t Pro-cat-stinate. Scoop up the story and let it whisker you away!
Henry: That’s a cat-astrophe.
Michael: I thought it was clever.
Henry: Don’t you mean Claw-ver.
Michael: Oh, sheesh. Don’t worry, reader. I won’t let him write entirely in cat puns, even if he threatens to pee in my shoe.
Henry: Ooo, I should totally incorporate cat puns! That would be paw-some! Great idea, Michael. Paw-five!