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#81: Cute and Funny Cat Pictures - Grace Bryant

Funny Cat Pictures (captions included) contains a collection of the funniest pictures of cats and kittens in the world. This is something that pet-lovers (especially cat lovers) are guaranteed to enjoy.

Cats are very adorable as pets; they clean up after themselves, they play with us, petting them is very relaxing. Who wouldn't love a cat? And who wouldn't love to see cute, adorable, and funny pictures of pet cats that are doing crazy things?

Share Funny Cat Pictures with your family and friends so you can have a couple of laughs together.

Be prepared because these pictures are so funny that you just might roll on the floor and laugh so hard.


  • Kindle: 3410 KB
  • Print Length: 75 pages
  • ASIN: B00CGVK29K



REVIEW:
OMG The title is absolutely fitting for the book. 
Adorable and witty captions are depicted throughout the whole book. Between captions and pictures there is nothing more to it. No worries, it's all this book needs!
If looking for a laugh and have a few really good minutes to waste, check this book out. It will have you laughing out loud, guaranteed!


4/5



Comments

  1. Just what I need -- a kindle version of my favorite internet time suck! :)

    Congratulations -- you won my giveaway for Vacationland by Sarah Stonich: http://www.rosecityreader.com/2013/09/teaser-tuesday-and-giveaway-winner.html

    Please email me your snail mail address and I will send it to you. It it fantastic -- you will love it! giliond at oandc dot com

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  2. I am a HUGE fan of cats. This book sounds adorable! :)

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  3. I adore cats too!! This sounds like a great book!

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  4. Love this. I admit it, I spend way too much time looking at cats on the internet but I really can't help it. My mom was (still is actually) a "cat lady" so my siblings and I have an unnatural addiction to all things kitties lol.

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