Utterly Adorable Cats

Author: Stuart Macfarlane

Publisher: Helen Exley Gift Books

ISBN: 9781861874269

Category: Pets

Page: 96

View: 462

Cats rule the world, humans are our slaves... We are independent, proud, disdainful... and very, very cute. This title talks about how adorable the cats are.

More Cat Tales From Moon Cottage

hope he is to mate with my cats as I am confident that 'breeding' applies to a tom who may or may not mate with pure Russian Blues, and therefore whose progeny would ... I arrive I find a bundle of utterly adorable Russian Blue kittens.

Author: Marilyn Edwards

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 152936597X

Category: Pets

Page: 224

View: 838

'It's catnip for anyone who's ever loved a feline' Karin Slaughter Fannie and Titus have had the run of tranquil Moon Cottage - until now. Pushkin, a young Russian Blue tom kitten has joined their family, but can the three cats achieve a peaceful co-existence? Capturing the joys and challenges of owning a cat, Marilyn Edwards tenderly depicts and the great privilege of loving and being loved in return by the feline companions we share our homes and lives with. **Fully illustrated throughout** Praise for the Moon Cottage cat series: 'My all-time favourite cat book' Jacqueline Wilson 'Cat lovers will adore this book . . . A tender story of love between the author and her cats' Celia Haddon 'All the many delights and a few of the heartaches of a life with cats are told with charm and wit. A vivid, honest, observant and involving book' Desmond Morris

Memes to Movements

As cats have led the way, so has an entire fleet of cute animals, from baby goats to chinchillas to tiny rabbits. ... But they will be utterly quirky, strangely neurotic, wholly adorable companions who will bring you joy.

Author: An Xiao Mina

Publisher: Beacon Press

ISBN: 080705660X

Category: Political Science

Page: 240

View: 851

A global exploration of internet memes as agents of pop culture, politics, protest, and propaganda on- and offline, and how they will save or destroy us all. Memes are the street art of the social web. Using social media–driven movements as her guide, technologist and digital media scholar An Xiao Mina unpacks the mechanics of memes and how they operate to reinforce, amplify, and shape today’s politics. She finds that the “silly” stuff of meme culture—the photo remixes, the selfies, the YouTube songs, and the pun-tastic hashtags—are fundamentally intertwined with how we find and affirm one another, direct attention to human rights and social justice issues, build narratives, and make culture. Mina finds parallels, for example, between a photo of Black Lives Matter protestors in Ferguson, Missouri, raising their hands in a gesture of resistance and one from eight thousand miles away, in Hong Kong, of Umbrella Movement activists raising yellow umbrellas as they fight for voting rights. She shows how a viral video of then presidential nominee Donald Trump laid the groundwork for pink pussyhats, a meme come to life as the widely recognized symbol for the international Women’s March. Crucially, Mina reveals how, in parts of the world where public dissent is downright dangerous, memes can belie contentious political opinions that would incur drastic consequences if expressed outright. Activists in China evade censorship by critiquing their government with grass mud horse pictures online. Meanwhile, governments and hate groups are also beginning to utilize memes to spread propaganda, xenophobia, and misinformation. Botnets and state-sponsored agents spread them to confuse and distract internet communities. On the long, winding road from innocuous cat photos, internet memes have become a central practice for political contention and civic engagement. Memes to Movements unveils the transformative power of memes, for better and for worse. At a time when our movements are growing more complex and open-ended—when governments are learning to wield the internet as effectively as protestors—Mina brings a fresh and sharply innovative take to the media discourse.

Utterly Lovable Dogs

A Little Book of Crafty Cats Cat Quips Cat Quotations Glorious Cats The Littlest Cat Book Words on true Happiness Also published by Helen Exley Giftbooks , with distinctive photography by Hanadeka : Utterly Adorable Cats Published ...

Author: Exley

Publisher: Helen Exley Gift Books

ISBN: 9781861876805

Category: Pets

Page: 96

View: 210

Amazing pictures of loyalty, of unconditional love. With the world's best quotes on dogs.

Cat s Out the Bag

Ewen & Cat at Breakfast: The Good, the Bad and the Nonsense Cat Harvey. Me? I was trying not to crash my car with tears of ... Her fur is as soft as exquisite velvet while the little crinkles on her button nose are utterly adorable.

Author: Cat Harvey

Publisher: Black & White Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1785303694

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

View: 522

In 2014 she said: 'I'm NEVER doing Breakfast Radio ever again.' Now she's back. So, what made journalist, presenter, playwright and all-round lovable rascal Cat Harvey rejoin the broadcasting enigma that is Ewen Cameron? Was it the pandemic? The closure of theatres? Or was it the simple fact that she needed a laugh? In CAT'S OUT THE BAG, Cat answers all these questions and more! She spills the beans on the behind-the-scenes antics on one of Scotland's favourite radio shows. There's dancing on the kitchen table with a global superstar at 3 a.m., Ewen's traffic-stopping prank and THAT rumour of a night of passion with a Rolling Stone. It's a world where hilarity is mandatory, nonsense is encouraged, and everyone is welcome. Side-splittingly funny, insightful, poignant and ultimately uplifting in a world of gloom, this is the banter we all need. 'I think it's quite sweet she's spent years trying to find my house.' - Marti Pellow 'I first met them when I was 17. Cat said I'd be a superstar. Ewen said I'd never make it. Cat has always been my favourite.' - Amy MacDonald

Black Cat Weekly 1

The beautiful women were slender, completely feminine, utterly adorable. The men were well-built, athletic, thoroughly masculine, seem‐ingly tall rather than short. And yet the women towered above them. Tom Spencer's mind flashed ...

Author: Michael Bracken

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 1479462381

Category: Fiction

Page: 564

View: 896

The Black Cat web site has been around for almost four years now, serving up a weekly buffet of new and classic mysteries—and more recently science fiction—to thousands of readers each week. Rather than continue to release all these novels and stories as individual ebooks, we have decided to bundle them up into a convenient weekly magazine…which is a lot more fun to work on! So here is Black Cat Weekly #1, for your enjoyment pleasure. To make the first issue memorable, we are including a lot more content than usual—double the usual word count, in fact. This time we have no less than three complete novels and 7 short stories—and even a “true crime” feature by Erle Stanley Gardner, creator of Perry Mason! There’s something here for everyone to enjoy, whether you’re a fan of traditional mysteries, psychic detectives (in the case of Frank Lovell Nelson’s story, a telepathic detective, the first of 12 stories featuring Carlton Clarke from 1908, all of which will run in the Black Cat’s pages). Looking for modern detection? We have that, too. And if your taste runs to the fantastic, we also have adventures across parallel worlds and well into the future. (And monsters. Did I mention monsters?) Included are: REMISSION, by Michael Bracken A KEY FOR REBECCA, by Hal Charles AUROVIA’S FAMOUS LODGE CASE, by Frank Lowell Nelson THE CASE OF THE KNOCKOUT BULLET, by Erle Stanley Gardner HAND IN GLOVE, by James Holding THE SKULL OF THE WALZING CLOWN, by Harry Stephen Keeler HAVER, by Brian Evenson A ZLOOR FOR YOUR TROUBLE, by Mack Reynolds VALLISNERIA MADNESS, by Ralph Milne Farley LAST CALL FOR DOOMSDAY! by S. M. Tenneshaw WORLDS OF THE IMPERIUM, by Keith Laumer

The Dalai Lama s Cat and the Art of Purring

“How utterly adorable!” is all she said. My lapis-blue eyes had met her gleaming dark ones, and there was a moment of recognition. I became aware of something that is of the utmost importance to cats, something we innately sense: I was ...

Author: David Michie

Publisher: Hay House, Inc

ISBN: 1401943756

Category: Fiction

Page: 232

View: 141

"What makes you purr? Of all the questions in the world, this is the most important. . . . . Because no matter whether you are a playful kitten or sedentary senior, whether you’re a scrawny alley Tom, or sleek-coated uptown girl, whatever your circumstances you just want to be happy. Not the kind of happy that comes and goes like a can of flaked tuna, but an enduring happiness. The deep down happiness that makes you purr from the heart." His Holiness’s cat is back—older, a bit wiser, and as curious as ever. In this book, the Dalai Lama sets for his lovable feline companion the task of investigating The Art of Purring. Whether it’s the humorous insights gained from a visiting Ivy League Psychology Professor, the extraordinary research of a world-famous biologist, or the life-changing revelations of a mystical yogi, His Holiness’s Cat encounters a wealth of wisdom about happiness. And what she discovers changes the way she sees herself forever. With a much loved—and growing—cast of characters from the local community and His Holiness’s residence, as well as encounters with intriguing strangers and celebrities from far and wide, The Dalai Lama’s Cat and the Art of Purring will transport readers in another unforgettable story. Along the way they will come to understand how elements of contemporary science and Buddhism converge. And, once again, they will feel the warmth of compassion and nonattachment that radiate from the heart of the Dalai Lama’s teachings about our quest for enduring happiness.

The Lights on Knockbridge Lane

They worked as the manager of The Dirt Road Cat Shelter. ... pushed their phone into his hand and were scrolling through pictures and videos of utterly adorable kittens and cats, introducing them to him and describing their antics.

Author: Roan Parrish

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 0369710282

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

View: 922

Can one man’s crowded, messy life fill another man’s empty heart? Raising a family was always Adam Mills’ dream, although solo parenting and moving back to tiny Garnet Run certainly were not. After a messy breakup, Adam is doing his best to give his young daughter the life she deserves—including accepting help from their new, reclusive neighbor to fulfill her Christmas wish. Though the little house may not have “the most lights ever,” the Mills home begins to brighten as handsome Wes Mobray spends more time there and slowly sheds his protective layers. But when the eye-catching house ends up in the news, Wes has to make a choice: hide from the darkness of his unusual past or embrace the light of a future—and a family—with Adam. From Harlequin Special Edition: Believe in love. Overcome obstacles. Find happiness. Garnet Run Book 1: Better Than People Book 2: Best Laid Plans

Harlequin Special Edition October 2021 Box Set 2 of 2

They worked as the manager of The Dirt Road Cat Shelter. ... pushed their phone into his hand and were scrolling through pictures and videos of utterly adorable kittens and cats, introducing them to him and describing their antics.

Author: Heatherly Bell

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 0369710320

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

View: 767

Coming soon! Harlequin Special Edition October 2021 - Box Set 2 of 2 by Heatherly Bell\Roan Parrish\Sabrina York will be available Sep 28, 2021.