Glamourpuss: The Enchanting World of Kitty Wigs
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According to cuteoverload.com, we have officially reached "totally new levels of redonkulessness." The Kitty Wig crazesprung from the feverish imagination of Julie Jackson and her purring partner in crimehas swept the globe. Glamourpuss presents 60 stylish portraits showcasing furry models in the most fetching custom-made cat wigs ever created. The chic felines in this delightfully odd book answer the age-old question: what on earth do cats do all day? Make no bones about itthese utterly fashionable minxes are the hottest pet trend since cats in hats!
LOOKING AND FEELING THEIR BEST, AND NOTHING CAN RAMP UP YOUR CONFIDENCE LIKE A KITTY WIG. THE ONE I’M WEARING NOW IS MY FAVORITE SHADE OF AUBERGINE—IT MAKES ME FEEL FIERCE AND IN CONTROL.” Mitchell “HI! YOU’RE HOME! DID YOU HAVE A HARD DAY? CAN I FIX YOU A CATNIP MOJITO? HOW DO YOU LIKE MY SEXY NEW HAIRSTYLE?” Hercules “I really prefer living in Phoenix because the weather’s so mild here and the Houston humidity was doing nothing for my hair.” BiBi “When I’m on the grift,
another tattoo. No one needs to know I’m from Hoboken.” Chicken “Mature feline seeks tomcat companion for weekend matinees and midnight snacks. NO FISHY BUSINESS.” Gravy “I WOULDN’T RECOMMEND INSANITY to just anyone, but IT’S ALWAYS WORKED for me.” “That’s Professor Fishpaw to you!” Gravy “SWEETIE, YOU’VE GOT MY SYMPATHY, BUT I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO MAKE TEA.” Boone “YES, HONEY, IT’S CATNIP CAKE. PROMISE ME YOU WON’T ROLL YOUR HEAD IN IT BEFORE THE PARTY
vacation spot? Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch. Crystal Crystal is a party girl who would be perfect in a feline remake of Breakfast at Tiffany’s. She’s a retro kind of cat who loves listening to her dad’s records of 40s and 50s swing music. When she’s not basking in the sun enjoying a life of leisure, Crystal is probably scoping out the neighborhood and visiting friends across the street. Earl After surviving a five-story plunge to a concrete patio in the summer of 2000, Earl
very friendly to guests and hardly ever whines. Mitchell Mitchell is an 8-year-old, 18-pound furry ball of self-important love. He enjoys the music of Bob Marley and bullying his sister, Maggie. He loves his food and always asks for dessert. Mitchell has a black belt in fly-catching and does some of his best thinking under the shed in the backyard. Mona Mona (“monkey” in Spanish) is a double-jointed girl who once spent three days in a tree and had to be rescued by a higher power. She
“Give Me a Pigfoot and a Bottle of Beer.” JULIE THANKS: Kate Woodrow, Christina Loff, and Andrew Schapiro at Chronicle, for making this dream come true. Sarah Sockit, for guidance and being such a tenacious agent. Jill Johnson, for falling from the sky into my life and performing miracles. Chris Jackson, for furthering my insanity and keeping us in cocktails so stylishly. Stitchy McYarnpants, for bringing the funny when I was running out of steam. Heather Armstrong, for the foreword and