Everyone knows that cats think they're so great. But where do they get that sense of superiority? How do they all so seemingly effortlessly bend the world to their will? "CAT-ECHISMS" explains these eternal feline questions and in the process entertains as well as enlightens cat owners everywhere. Fully illustrated with haughty and delightful photos of iconic cats, "CAT-ECHISMS" collects the fundamental tenets of feline existence, as if in a handbook all kitties are given at birth, including: Q: Who is the most perfect creature in the household? A: I am the most perfect creature in the household; Q: Why are you the most perfect creature in the household? A: I am the most perfect creature in the household because I am beautiful and exquisite and move in divine silence; Q: Why do you not sleep? A: I do not sleep because I am busy making plans; and, Q: What is the purpose of those plans? A: The purpose of those plans is for conquering the world.
Ellis Weiner and Barbara Davilman are the authors of "Yiddish With Dick and Jane," "Yiddish With George and Laura," "How to Raise a Jewish Dog," and "How to Profit From the Coming Rapture." Ellis Weiner is also the author of "The Joy of Worry," "Drop Dead, My Lovely," "The Big Boat to Bye-Bye," and "Santa Lives! Five Conclusive Arguments for the Existence of Santa Claus."BarbaraDavilman is the editor, along with Liz Dubelman, of "What Was I Thinking?"