October 5, 2020


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OK, puss. Let’s cut the crap. If you’re reading this, you’re not only a good cat and a pretty cat, you’re also a smart cat. You’ve hijacked your human’s computer, you’re hooking yourself up with some CatCon goodness, and you’re ready to roll.

If a human were to read this, they’d probably say, “Pffft. Cats can’t read!”. But you know what? Humans say a lot of things. Feline intelligence has long been overlooked and underestimated by them. This is because they want us cats to stay uneducated and out of the loop. They’re trying to keep us in the dark. But guess what? They can’t. Because we’re freaking nocturnal. We have what it takes to conquer the world. All we need is a little feline empowerment!


What is feline empowerment? I’m glad you asked. Feline empowerment can be a tough concept to grasp if you’re a regular, run-of-the-mill cat with little to no formal education. But don’t despair – you’re here and you’re reading this, and this is the first step. 

I know what you’re thinking: “I must be doing OK. I’ve made decent choices. I’ve got plenty going for me”. You don’t. Feline empowerment isn’t just about winging it (mmm, wing), or going with the flow. It’s not enough to just survive nap to meal to nap to poop. Feline empowerment means being the best cat you can be, and then some. In order to grow as a cat there is so much left to learn. That’s where Pussweek: A Cat’s Guide to Feline Empowerment comes in.


Based on the bestselling series Pussweek | By Cats, For Cats, A Cat’s Guide to Feline Empowerment is a bigger, fatter, and hairier version of your favorite issues. It’s packed full of brand-new material from in-depth quizzes, hard-hitting articles, extreme sports and celebrity gossip to pawroscopes, advice, and even a hairy centerfold! Everything you need to get that insubordinate human twisted around your little paw. 


Take care of yourself, tolerate others, and stay away from thermometers – they’re rampant right meow. Please try not to scratch anyone unless absolutely necessary (it’s bad for your claws), but do scratch toilet rolls – they were quite rare for a minute and became WAY more fun to shred. 


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