"A romp for all cat lovers" - Stephen Pressfield
(PRWEB) December 01, 2016
Modern life is stressful, and following the ugliest presidential election of all time, increasing numbers of people are choosing to leave it all behind - by learning how to be like cats! There’s now even a book offering a complete, step-by-step process for those ready to trade worries for whiskers.
The appeal of cats has long been evident in the never-ending stream of YouTube videos starring our feline friends and the accompanying flood of memes found on social media. Now, with the help of a new book How to Be a Cat, https://www.amazon.com/How-Be-Cat-Pooh-Hodges/dp/1941266150/, people are taking things a step further and learning how to live their lives like the beloved animals.
How to Be a Cat has drawn the attention of figures as notable as bestselling author Steven Pressfield, who called it “a romp for all cat lovers.” The book is the logical conclusion to the cat phenomenon which has seen cat videos receive over 25 billion views online http://tubularinsights.com/2-million-cat-videos-youtube/. It’s even been estimated that 15% of all traffic on the internet is dedicated to cats http://www.breitbart.com/blog/2013/09/02/15-of-all-internet-traffic-is-cat-related/. With the new guide, cat fans can get even closer to their furry friends than ever before by learning the wisdom of their lifestyle.
How to Be a Cat offers illustrated advice, ideas and fun suggestions for cat lovers looking to spend the holiday season at a more relaxed pace than horribly hurried humans. The book is the perfect chance to rediscover the holiday humor and joy that we all deserve at this special time of year.
Author Pamela Hodges has previously used her love of cats to help animals in need by donating 10% of the proceeds of her previous work Color The Cat to ‘Best Friends Animal Society’. She also paints, writes, and draws constant creative inspiration from her beloved cat Pooh Hodges.