Thursday, June 6, 2013

Must Worship Cats

Must Worship Cats Edie Ramer
Do you worship cats? Then our giveaway of Edie Ramer's Must Worship Cats should be right up your alley.

About Must Worship Cats

Only two years old, Cat is tired of being sent to stay with humans who don't appreciate her. She escapes the latest mismatch, deciding this time she'll choose who she stays with, not the other way round. But finding the perfect home is more dangerous than she thought, and for Cat, food and shelter are no longer enough. They must worship her.

About Edie Ramer

Edie Ramer is the award-winning author of Cattitude, Must Worship Cats, Miracle Pie and Mo's Heart, a series of cute books in which cats and other animals play an important part.

Giveaway details

To enter to win an ebook copy of Must Worship Cats, leave a comment below telling why you worship cats or if you know someone else who does. You can gain extra entries by sharing this post on Pinterest, StumbleUpon, Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and/or on a forum. Or by following this blog on Pinterest, Bloglovin, Facebook, Twitter and/or Google+.

Giveaway is open worldwide and ends June 17. Good luck!

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49 comments:

Prancer Pie said...

This looks like a great read! Thanks fur the review. xoxo

Justin Melter said...

Awesome title lol

speedyrabbit said...

Oooh I'm intrigued!xx Speedy's mum

speedyrabbit said...

As for worshiping cats that is a given!in egypt cats were worshiped as god and had special place's in the temples a Temple cats and in some asian countries some breeds of cat were temple cats too!I may not Have cats at the moment but I used to and were ever I travel to I always make friends with the local cats,I just love them,xx Rachel

Louise Vaughan said...

Everything cute, fluffy and pink is what i love and all things cats as it makes me so happy x <3 x

Texas, a Cat in New York said...

This looks like a very good book. Every cat should be worshiped.
I chose my human because she worships me. Well, she used to worship cats but now I am the Cat God in Chief, if you see what I mean ;-)
Have a great Friday!
Purrs

Edie Ramer said...

Avalon, thanks for featuring my book! I love all the comments about cats. :)

Heather Nor said...

I don't worship my kitty, but we love how he is with our toddler... And how fluffy he is. He lets our 20 month old drive his cars on him. We've had him for five years and love our fat kitty :)

Hika-chan said...

OMG! That’s a very difficult question!! I think I worship cats because I’ve always loved those little kitties with sweet expressions… that’s basically the very begining! :D

Sarah Evans said...

I love the title of this book! I worship two cats at the moment - Murphy and Darla.

Thanks for linking up!

Sarah @ A Cat-Like Curiosity

Heidi Lyn Burke said...

I've always adored cats. I fully expect them to take over the world someday.

Heidi
@
typativemamacat.com

Theresa Spaid said...

I have 3 cats. Even though they are independent, they are also my shadow and best friends. I couldn't even think of life without a cat.

Tina Winkle said...

I first worship cats as a kid! I had a Hello Kitty colored pencil and notepad set in a tiny clutch and I carried it everywhere with me for a year like a purse! I still worship cats!!!

Bree said...

As long as the cat's cute, and not evil and mean looking, I’d be ok with it in my house!

Yvette said...

I grew up with cats. Rusty was the first cat we had. Rusty was aloof. You hardly noticed he was around and he caused no fuss. He was there to be petted when he felt like it and that was it. Rusty disappeared one day and my Mom looked all around for days or weeks and discovered another cat which she said was Rusty or an exact twin. Yeah, except they looked barely alike to me and the personalities was opposite.

This twin was named Tawny and she slept all day and then when the house was quiet she galloped and slid around the house. Just when you almost asleep Tawny would gallop by like a miniature pony and slide into a wall. Pausing suddenly she would look around as if to say “No, I didn’t hear anything”.

For years we had a black and white beauty – this cat was called Errol Flynn. Smart, and medium friendly; he was a class act. We enjoyed Errol Flynn for many years and he didn’t even bother our dwarf bunny when the bunny would hop over and “invade” Errol’s privacy bubble. Errol really enjoyed being petted and he would hop up so you would pet him. He also was very adventuresome and would make very brave leaps from the second floor or up to the second floor when he was so inclined.

This last weekend my daughter’s cat, Africa, visited. Africa is different from all these other cats. Africa is like a movie star. She wants to be noticed on her terms, she wants to be in the room because she is secretly social but at the same time she demands her privacy. Africa has an amazing quality that teases you into loving her because she has a wonderful smile, and looks so cute when she lies down and her feet seem to be swallowed up and gone.

shayla kwiatkowski said...

I worship my cats because they are my bestest friends (Greta, Tallulah & Hezekiah). Visiting you on the followers bloghop, I love the blog devoted to your cat!

Jai said...

I love all critters, but I love a cats independence. I marvel at their ability to navigate any situation and do it with style.

Visiting you from the Followers Blog Hop. I look forward to reading your blog.

Jai @And then...

Sandy Campbell said...

I do, and always have. I have a beautiful cat, Romeo and he is the star in my life! xoxo

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Crystal Collier said...

LOL. I grew up with cats. And brothers. The two don't mix very well. One of them proudly flaunts that his favorite book is 101 Ways to Kill a Cat. *shrugs* Different strokes, eh?

Leona Olson said...

We no longer have a cat but do take care of our daughter's cat when they are gone. She is 21 years old. When she comes, she walks over to where her water and food should be when she comes and also wants her bed in a certain place. She came from a shelter.

Tanya Reimer said...

This is my first time to your site, I think this might be where my St Bernard hangs out. She loves cats too.

Nesca said...

Because dogs are too much work....and they dont need constant attention. They are there when you need them.

Wendy Lu said...

I'm from the blog hop as well! I've never owned a cat (my sister and mother are allergic, unfortunately) but I sure do love them. They have a wonderfully calm personality, and have quite beautiful eyes.

Hope you're having a wonderful week, Avalon! Treat your owner well. ;)

~Wendy Lu

The Red Angel

franky said...

ach! The CUTENESS!!

Maria Cardová said...

I'm from the blog hop too :D I have a cat, he's 8 years old and I love him :)
New follower :)
Maria@Maria's Bookshelf

Jenny said...

Love cat books and Must Worship Cats and Cattitude was on my list to get! Can’t wait to read them all.

Deanna Watson said...

my mother does. She build a kitty kingdom herself that is taller and wider than both my parents put together for the cat to climb on. She worships her cats!
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Snow Ravyn said...

Hi I'm new to blogging and following thru from Parajunkie's follow friday.
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Skye said...

I grew up worshiping cats as a girl! They're so badass! I still love them. (I also may or may not have dressed up as a cat for Halloween last year!)

eclairre said...

They are so carefree and yet lovable! eclairre(AT)ymail(DOT)com

Christina said...

I worship cats. this sounds really good. thanks for the giveaway

Unknown said...

I worship my trio of cats because they have such great personalities

GeorgiaBeckman said...

Cat can come adopt my husband & I! We worship cats. We dote on our 2 bengals, Jack & Gray. Jack is an old, wise cat; at 16 years old. Gray is a young whippersnapper, into everything all the time. And he's really good at catching flies! Gray was our Christmas present to each other this year. We brought him home on Christmas Eve & he was 3 months old. There hasn't been a dull moment in our house since!

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My Flower said...

My daughter sky <3 cats

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Becky rawlinson said...

My daughter loves cats! She has a cat named Walle :-)

Christine Denton said...

I absolutely love cats because they don't have any of the faults found in human companions such as lying, judging, etc. If you are upset or super depressed it's like they can tell and make cuddling and just being there with you their number one mission

Anonymous said...

I have worshipped cats all my life. I can't explain it...I just *get* them and they *get* me- I'm a crazy cat lady! lol

Kathryn C
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Renee said...

I worship my cats because, hairballs and shedding aside, they are better company than most humans.

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