Catology Just what is your cat thinking As it gazes up at you are those eyes filled with love and admiration or spite and scorn From the author of the award winning Uses of a Dead Kindle and If Dogs Could

  • Title: Catology
  • Author: Adrian Searle Oliver Ninnis
  • ISBN: 9781911332060
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • Just what is your cat thinking As it gazes up at you, are those eyes filled with love and admiration or spite and scorn From the author of the award winning 101 Uses of a Dead Kindle and If Dogs Could Swear comes a hilarious insight into the twisted, venal, self serving psychology of our cutest four legged sociopaths.Catology is a psychiatrist s view of your moggy a briJust what is your cat thinking As it gazes up at you, are those eyes filled with love and admiration or spite and scorn From the author of the award winning 101 Uses of a Dead Kindle and If Dogs Could Swear comes a hilarious insight into the twisted, venal, self serving psychology of our cutest four legged sociopaths.Catology is a psychiatrist s view of your moggy a brilliant, unforgettable and twisted look at the many bizarre, ridiculous and instantly recognisable scenarios in which cat owners find their beloved pets every day.

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    1. “Catology” made me laugh so hard I kept snorting. It is a perfectly dark view of cat psychology told through cartoons. It would make the perfect holiday gift for a friend or loved one who loves cats but recognizes that they can be devious and cunning creatures. It is definitely an adult book, so keep that in mind.Highly recommended for a laugh!This unbiased review is based upon a complimentary copy provided by the publisher.

    2. This short little "book" was fun but I doubt I would've paid for it. Each page is basically a one pic "catology", and while they are funny, there isn't enough meat to this book to really make it worth it. Which is sad for me to say because I seriously LOVE cats. The little cartoons and catisms are cute though, and I was able to read it in one break at workpy received via Netgalley in exchange for my honest review.

    3. Being a Cat and Dog owner I can 100% relate to Catology.Catology is a book all about cats and their mannerisms, and behaviours.For example one of the pictures is of a cat laying on its back fully exposed. Now that picture looks adorable. However every cat owner knows that if you even attempt to touch that belly you will get hurt!! Adrian and Oliver describe this as "I’m half cat, half Venus flytrap. Touch my stomach and see what happens." Couldn't of described it better myself as that's exactl [...]

    4. Catology is one of the most deliciously dark and sarcastic books I've read in ages. Each little illustration is accompanied by an insightful and often humourous caption that gives us a look into the world of our furry friends ahem indifferent overlords.Disclaimer: I received a free ebook from netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

    5. *This book was received via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*This was a really cute, short and funny read. I really enjoyed the cartoons but I don't think that cats are as self-serving and wild as they are portrayed in this book. I have three cats and while they do rule me and boss me around when they are hungry, want a cuddle or want to go to bed, they are just as happy to have a cuddle when I want one and are really gentle (quite frankly they're too lazy to play up much). Hence, the [...]

    6. A humorous look at life with moggies. Short and sweet, this is a good insight into the minds of our feline friends. However on the kindle format, the cartoons took up so much of the page that the text often continued onto the next page so the flow wasn't ideal. However the cartoons did tickle me - some were absolutely spot on!! 4*, a fun stocking filler

    7. As both a cat lover and someone with a whole shelf of these kind of humorous books that you can just dip in and out of when you have a few minutes to spare I absolutely jumped at the chance to review Catology. Unfortunately the book is actually a lot shorter than I expected and it didn't quite contain as much detail as I had hoped for. I read a digital edition so I can't confirm the print layout but on my Kindle you see one image per page with a short one or two sentence caption underneath. Some [...]

    8. This book does exactly what it says on the tin. Insight into the mind of a cat; oh my goodness, who would really want to go there? Scary place. Well, it is if my cat is the patient on the psychologist's couch anyway. As with all cartoon books of this type, especially when you throw the subject matter of cats into the mix, some of the cartoons will be funnier than others. Some will resonate, some won't. Some will make you nearly weep with laughter, some will just make you chuckle and a few just w [...]

    9. Absolutely hilarious but almost 100% spot-on regarding our dear furry friends! A must-read for all cat owners!

    10. For those that have been following the blog for a while, you know that I'm slightly obsessed with cats. I will read anything about cats. I also love comics. When I saw Catology on NetGalley, I had to request it. It's a book of comics about how cats think. i think it would be hilarious. Unfortunately, i didn't care for it at all. Catology seemed almost like it was trying too hard to be funny. It completely missed the mark. I was bored throughout most of the book. Also, the synopsis of the book ma [...]

    11. Catology: Inside the Twisted Mind of our Feline Friends by Adrian Searle and Oliver Ninis is a collection of over eighty cartoons that give readers a glimpse into the minds of their feline companions. Just what is your cat thinking? As it gazes up at you, are those eyes filled with love and admiration or spite and scorn? From the author of the award-winning 101 Uses of a Dead Kindle and If Dogs Could Swear comes a hilarious insight into the twisted, venal, self-serving psychology of our cutest f [...]

    12. **This book was reviewed via Netgalley**Catology, by Adrian Searle and Oliver Ninnis, is a cute little book of one-shot comics illustrating what goes on inside the minds of our furry little overlords. Most are incredibly believable interpretations of feline behaviour. One moment sweet and cuddly, the next all flailing claws and teeth, cats are certainly among our most fickle pets. Cats are more 'recent’ domesticates, and still retain most of their wilder behaviour, never mind that, with except [...]

    13. When you own a cat (or rather the cat owns you) and you are clearly not his favourite person, more a practice in attacking than anything else, when you see a book about cats and how they think, you know you have to read it.Catology is a very quick read, and although the synopsis tells you what it's about, I did think we would get more within the pages.I did like the images that went with the book, each page was an image of a cat carrying out various activities with a snarky/humorous comment to g [...]

    14. Cats and their owners have always had a relationship based on equality instead of the owner-dog relationship which can be likened to that of master-servant. Cats simply rule. They do what they want, how they want, and when they want. Their owners adore them unconditionally.This book is made up of many cartoons that will have the reader laughing especially if they are owned by a cat or two. As a Crazy Cat Mom of three delightful kitties, I enjoyed this book of cartoons. Whether you have cats or n [...]

    15. Such a fun book! This book is a collection of drawings about cats and what they are thinking. And boy are they on point! I laughed so much that my own kitties appeared to be wondering about me! It was a fun book to read and I was able to read it relatively fast. It was a great way to be away from the world for a bit, reading about the minds of the felines that I personally love so much. I could relate easily to so many of them, from scratching, eating, hairballs, and wanting all of my attention. [...]

    16. * I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review *2 to 2.5 stars Let me begin by saying I'm not much of a cat person, so I guess that's a factor as to why I did not appreciate/understand some of the entries in this doodle collection. The art was really cute and apt for this book's whimsical premise though :)

    17. I love this book, Adrian Searle gets under the skin of our feline friends in an uncanny way.I don't have cats myself, but those I do come across, especially when they visit my garden, are very like the descriptions in this book.Highly recommended.I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher Freight Books via Netgalley in return for an honest unbiased review.

    18. I have two kitties and books about cats always catch my eye.This book has about 80 cartoons that will give you insight into the motivation of your kitty. This was a quick fun read and kitty lovers will find it amusing.Blog review post: teenaintoronto/2016/11

    19. This is a cute collection of cat comics which poke fun at cats' various weird mannerisms and their relationships with their servants, sorry, I meant owners,. The illustrations are nice enough, but "Catology" really shines when it comes to the captions,which are really well done.

    20. I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Simple and funny. I think a few of the comics might be a bit too far for younger kids but for an adult with cats I thought it was spot on.

    21. I received the ebook in exchange for an honest review on netgalley.This comic enchanted me with a smile on my face. It's is fun and recognisable :)

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