Oh. It's You.: Love Poems by Cats (Hardcover)
From the author of the beloved I Could Pee on This series comes a new book of hilarious love poems from cats to their people.
Cats have so many ways to say "I love you." Sometimes it's a gentle purr and a slow blink. Sometimes it's a tiny dead animal offered in tribute. And sometimes, it's expressed in that deepest of cat love languages: poetry.
The author of the internationally bestselling series of tongue-in-cheek poetry helps cats put paw to keyboard to express the depth of their feline feelings in odes to breakfasts (on time, please!), ripped-up rugs (it's a sign of affection!), the importance of keeping watch in the bathroom, and the perfect cardboard box that the expensive and totally ignored new cat bed arrived in. Illustrated by adorable and goofy cat photos, this book is the purrfect combination of snarky and sweet that every cat person knows is cat for true love.
CAT PHOTOS GALORE: Illustrated by a collection of feline models striking poses that are charming, affectionate, standoffish, and just plain silly, this whimsical poetry book reveals kitties at their most lovable.
IDEAL GIFT FOR CAT LOVERS: The humor in the poems is based on universal experiences shared by all cats and their owners. For that "crazy cat lady" or "cat mom/dad" in your life, this poetry book makes for the perfect cat-themed gift for anyone obsessed with their pet.
MINI COFFEE TABLE BOOK: Enchant visitors with this hand-held volume of the best cat poetry sure to delight book lovers and humor enthusiasts alike.
- Lovers of cats and cat stuff of all kinds
- Fans of I Could Pee on This
- Gift for Valentine's Day, Galentine's Day, birthdays, or any occasion that could use a little love
- Readers who love funny books about (or by) cats
About the Author
Francesco Marciuliano is the author of the bestselling I Could Pee on This, I Could Chew on This, I Knead My Mommy, and You Need More Sleep. He is also the writer of the comic strips "Sally Forth" and "Judge Parker," was the head writer for the Emmy Award–winning children's show SeeMore's Playhouse, and has written for the Onion News Network, Smosh, McSweeney's, and more. He lives in New York with his two cats, Leelo and Kiki.
"A purrfect combination of feline snark and sweetness, you'll surely see your own cat in these poems."