There are many cat humor books on the market, but one I really like is Who Moved My Mouse? A Self-Help Book for Cats (Who Don’t Need Any Help) by Dena Harris. As with any self-help book, there are chapters on many aspects of feline life explaining how cats can be their most fabulous. One item that especially caught my eye shows cats how to transform themselves from a typical house cat into a four-legged example of fabulosity. Check the strategies out below:
- Glamour is about cattitude. Cats that believe they are all that and a bag of catnip will conduct themselves accordingly and convince others.
- House cats sulk, while glamour cats pout. Practicing the pout in front of a mirror helps perfect the right combination of hurt feelings, quivering whiskers and indignation
- Glamour cats always put their needs before the needs of others. Any idea of putting other’s needs first must stop immediately
- Low self-esteem is evidenced by excess fur. Shed the excess all over the house and watch your confidence go through the roof
- Be sure to sport a collar with bling. Collars with your name spelled out in rhinestones screams glamour like nobody’s business
- Practice glamourous posing. Nothing is as glamourous as a stretch of the paw held for just the right amount of time. If you have a cover to relax on, all the better. Above all else, always strut your stuff! Nothing says glamour like the perfect catwalk!