This book cannot be returned.
If you're looking for answers to life's existential questions or the latest vegan recipes, this book is not for you.
But if you like sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll, as well as the occasional hilarious story about cats, then this is exactly the fix you need.
Cat Post opens on a burned-out house. Loose scraps of paper and a tape recorder are found in the basement. Ominous? Certainly. Relevant? Quite. Foreshadowing?
Shut up and buy it already.
Told through fragments of diary entries, this unorthodox magnum opus relays the adventures of a cantankerous old female cat and her equally snarky human. Because nobody's perfect, right?
But then a younger, cuter kitten arrives, and our heroine goes into hiding while everything goes to hell. Then a bunch of stuff happens involving a woman, other cats, and even a baby, and everyone lives happily ever after.
Just kidding. This is a story about cats, remember?
This irreverent and pseudoadult take on the feline-human relationship is kinda sorta like the books Guys Can Be Cat Ladies Too and How to Tell if Your Cat is Plotting to Kill You-except this book is funnier and has better pictures, according to its author.
About the Author
After losing his medical license and spending two years in prison, Pulitzer Prize-nominated D. J. Ass Maggots is back with his (allegedly) semiautobiographical fourth book, Cat Post. And this time he has added pictures-because no one reads anymore.