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  • Published:

    Feb 27, 2018
  • ISBN:

    9780062846044
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How to Think Like a Cat

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About the Book

Do cats worry about retirement? Nope. Do cats do things they don’t want to do? Definitely not. Do cats rush around at all hours of the day when they’d rather be licking their paws and looking out windows? Please.

Calm, free, charismatic, wise, elegant, self-assured—our beloved feline pets strut those traits that we humans spend a lifetime aspiring to. No wonder everybody wants to be more like a cat.

After observing his own cat, Ziggy, for years, bestselling French author Stéphane Garnier decided that he would be much happier if he could just live more like Ziggy. Closer study only confirmed his suspicion that cats have that je ne sais quoi, and he set out to share Ziggy’s innate wisdom with the world.

Whether at work, at home, or in your social life, your cat can teach you how to manage stress, cultivate independence, and live life on your terms. Peppered with humorous yet inspiring tips for living a day in the life of a cat, cat secrets from Ziggy, and a quiz to assess your “cat quotient,” How to Think Like a Cat is an inspiring, humorous, and remarkably insightful guide to the subtle art of living like a feline.

About the Author

Stéphane Garnier

Stéphane Garnier is an author of novels, essays, news stories, and humor, and a concept developer, chronicler, and lyricist. His other talents and experience include: sound engineer, carpenter, website developer, ergonomic thinker, car salesman, communications professional, handyman at an oceanographic station, signer, accountant, parcel sorter, hotel manager, database builder, musk salesman, internet R&D specialist, project manager, real estate agent, barista and ash-tray emptier, blogger, president of a logo design company, step-father (yes, it’s a profession), poet, microphoto mosaic portraitist, and powerful observer of the human experience. He lives in Lyon, France.

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