People generally divide others into two groups: people who are cat people, and people who are not cat people. (For the record, I am not a cat person - I have never owned a cat as a pet.) Cat vs Human breaks it down a little more, pointing out the fine line between being a Cat Person and a Crazy Cat Person. To the untrained eye (i.e. mine), this line is often blurred, but Yasmine Surovec makes a good case for why anyone would put up with such things as coughed-up hairballs all over the place, cats sleeping wherever they want, destroyed furniture, shredded clothing, scratches... I really like her drawing style and the sense of humour and perspective that she brings to each comic, and I would love to see her write and illustrate more books in the future.
Read more about Yasmine Surovec and her comics.
Find more information at the Andrews McMeel page for the book.
Read it with:
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