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How to Think Like a Cat

Narrated by: George Newbern
Length: 1 hr and 56 mins
3 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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The Cat is calm, observant, charismatic, independent, proud, and joyful; he knows how to strut and is impervious to judgement; he accepts himself as he is and adapts quickly; he knows to say nothing and to avoid conflicts, and yet he knows exactly what he wants and dares to ask for it. The Cat is free.

After observing his cat, Ziggy, for years, Stephane Garnier became convinced that cats have life down to an art form, so he set out to share Ziggy's je ne sais quoi with the world. Highlighting 40 trademark cat qualities that are (almost) entirely applicable to human daily living, Garnier provides insights that are delightfully useful as well as tips for living a day in the life of a cat - and a Q&A to test your cat quotient to see how much work you have to do learn the subtle art of living like a feline.

Whether at work, at home, or in your social life, you can learn from cats how to resist stress, remain independent, never lose your charisma, and quietly influence the world around you.

©2018 Stephane Garnier (P)2018 Dreamscape Media, LLC

Critic Reviews

"George Newbern's persuasive performance highlights how cats can teach us how to live better lives... Newbern clearly articulates the compelling argument to be inspired by cats... Newbern is calmly convincing with his flowing narration as the author contrasts people and cats and defines self-confidence and true charisma..... This is a graceful invitation to bring peace and elegance into our lives by thinking like a cat." (AudioFile)

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Not a comedy

This book should not be placed in the comedy category. It is not funny! It is boring and the narrator’s voice does not help.