From New York Times bestselling author Hannah “Kitten Lady” Shaw and illustrator Megan Lynn Kott, an all-ages activity book of cat-related puzzles and projects, featuring plenty of takeaways to help vulnerable cats.
“Love isn’t just a feeling you have for cats, but an action you take on their behalf. And what better way to practice taking action than through fun, informative, and compassion-building activities?” —Hannah “Kitten Lady” Shaw
Whether you’re a seasoned cat person, a first-time foster parent, or anything in between, Kitten Lady’s CATivity Book is a fun-filled keepsake to get to know, understand, and celebrate all the cats in your life.
Kitten rescuer and humane educator Hannah Shaw along with illustrator/cat advocate Megan Lynn Kott are the perfect guides on this interactive journey. Along the way, they’ll demystify the wonderful world of feline welfare and share their own hard-won advice for helping cats in need.
You’ll discover playful games, adorable illustrations, and creative activities, including:
- What’s Your Cat’s Purrsonality Type?
- How to Decode Your Cat’s Secret Name
- Litterbox Trivia (yes, it’s important!)
- How to make DIY Cat Toys and Shelters
- Tips for Making an Adoption Profile (to ensure your foster kittens find their forever homes!)
Kitten Lady’s CATivity Book is a delightful must-have for any engaged cat lover interested in making a difference.
“[Shaw’s] impact on the world of cat fostering is remarkable.” — The Cut
“Shaw’s entire online presence… essentially amounts to one big Trojan kitty, discreetly stuffed with resources for saving motherless babies.... Now the master of this frisky domain has gathered all that knowledge into her most comprehensive resource yet.” — Fast Company on Tiny But Mighty
“In this how-to guide (with plenty of heart-melty photos) for fostering newborn cats, Shaw addresses every concern....The physical and emotional commitment to fostering kittens is no joke...but Shaw clearly shows it’s a rewarding journey to take.” — Bust Magazine on Tiny But Mighty
“In this beautiful new book, [Hannah Shaw] not only shares hundreds of adorable kitten photos, but she also outlines how to combat the many dangers newborn kittens face.” — Patch.com on Tiny But Mighty