How to Work Like a Cat

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Employees everywhere are finding this fully illustrated, full-color volume of cat wisdom (which the publisher’s website has declared a “best seller”) indispensable.

Needle the German Shepherds and Rottweilers at work who think they’re the boss of you, by working smarter, not harder, and laugh at those who create chaos and call it change.

Beat the dogs at their own game so you don’t have to scurry around in fear, chase your tail, fetch sticks, roll over, or play dead just to make yourself look productive. The pack may settle for cheesy crumbs, lousy bones, and pats on the head — but you don’t have to.

You’ve earned the right to more catnaps.

If you want to find out more about the “WLAC” philosophy, visit the book’s official website or go ahead, make a bold leap, and buy a copy.

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6 Responses to How to Work Like a Cat

  1. pauline holmes says:

    interested in more information and calendars for christmas presents to cat and dog owners!

  2. catsworking says:

    My publisher, Willow Creek Press (www.willowcreekpress.com) specializes in books and calendars for dog and cat owners. Visit their site and you’ll find a nice variety of items. However, we at Cats Working hope you will help US spread our message to all your hard-working, cat-loving friends and family.

  3. cmoon57 says:

    I have to say that I agree with Yul on this airport security thing. Innocent people are suffering because someone wants to be a martyr. Can you imagine the job of looking at naked images all day just to make sure we are not strapped with bombs? Who’s after these jobs, preverts? Maybe if we had more Bubba security cops on the planes, we could rest easier.Yul you’re one smart kitty.

  4. catsworking says:

    Thank you, cmoon57. Since it’s not PC for a human to state the obvious in this (unless you’re an idiot like Sarah Palin), I felt like it was up to a cat to inject some common sense into this issue, even though I never fly.

    From what I was reading in the aftermath of this incident, the passengers on Flight 93 on September 11 really got guys thinking, and a lot of those who could physically take down these scrawny little terrorists are willing to jump in and do it.

    I think it would be a good idea for the TSA to offer civilian classes and deputize lots of extra air marshals, so if one of these creeps boarded a plane and noticed a bunch of big, strapping passengers, he’d think twice about igniting his underwear. It would be a win-win. The guys would have the training and legal permission to brawl when needed, and they’d make the other passengers and crew feel safer. I bet the TSA would have a waiting list of students.

  5. Bob says:

    Karen, Bob s here. Just watching the Borneo on CNN. Strange how many things have changed and how many have stayed the same.

    It was on his first trip there where he and Nancy cut the marriage knot. Silly how we dug so deep to find out who she was and then later who Ottivia was.

    But as I’ve told many people he wasn’t covered nearly as much back then, so some detective work was needed.

    Hope you’re well.
    Bob from Winnipeg

  6. catsworking says:

    Hi, Bob. I’ve just gotten back from a nearly 3-week trip that began in Barcelona, so lots of catching up to do, especially on this sorely neglected blog.

    Yes, the old gang at Cats Working was watching Tony Bourdain back in the day when he was green and tender and on the D list. Now he makes headlines just by visiting a Waffle House (which, BTW, I do not believe he’s never encountered before now). He’s a bona fide celebrity now and we’re left with only our memories. 😉

    Zero Point Zero is now producing a show called “I’ll Have What Phil’s Having,” which features a man who describes himself as “exactly like Anthony Bourdain if he were afraid of everything.” I’m enjoying it a lot, but wondering how long it’s going to take Phil to become jaded.

    I think Bourdain still does a good job on “Parts Unknown” of being humble and gracious about the meals he’s offered, but when it takes a trip to Waffle House to manufacture some “surprise” in him, his days of experiencing the first-time wonder of travel are clearly over.

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