Claw the System: Poems from the Cat Uprising. Francesco Marciuliano

Claw the System is just funny and while we are not a poem person, the poetry works.  For us, we scan each line, for something super silly, then, we read more.  There are also plenty of cat faces in various mood forms.

We do not know what it is about cat's, whereupon they walk around ALL THE TIME, looking as though we've just asked them for mall money.  Guh.  Dang ol' cats.

These are polite kitties though.  They only use random character-type profanity!  We appreciate that.

the SystemClaw the System is also insightful, as the written word offers possible scenarios for some of their more obnoxious behaviors...you too will understand why some cats paw and bat at you at 3:00 a.m. in unkind gesture's to rouse you, to get your attention.  Yes, one of our review cats is nocturnal as well.  She prefers to jump on our back and purr in our ear.  Nice.  Thanks for that Sparkles!

Cats spend a lot of time thinking.  They can do basic math also.  Crap!  All they need now are thumbs!

About the Author:

Francesco Marciuliano is writing his own bio in the third person either in the absolutely ridiculous attempt to convince you he somehow possesses the clout to attract his own Boswell-like biographer or because he has suffered a complete nervous breakdown and has convinced himself he actually hired a writer with a strikingly similar name. That aside, Francesco is the author of the syndicated comic strip "Sally Forth," which appears in newspapers across the country, world, and maybe in that alternate universe on "Fringe." He was also a head writer for the PBS series "SeeMore’s Playhouse," for which one of his episodes won two 2007 Daytime Emmys.

Hardcover: 112 pages
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing (October 16, 2018)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9781449495626
ISBN-13: 978-1449495626
ASIN: 1449495621
Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 0.7 x 6.2 inches

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