Here is a list of some amazing books for the cat lover in your life!
I’m pretty sure this cat is just waiting for the chance to eat my face off.
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Author Sean Charmatz has worked in the animation industry since 2005, has been a director for Spongebob, and helped develop shows for Disney and Dreamworks. In Endless Pawsibilities, Charmatz puts his creative energy into cute cat pictures, puns, and relationship tips.
This book is perfect for the cat lover in your life.
48 pages recommended for ages 3-7
You may not realize it, but cats have problems too…Sometimes their humans give them the wrong type of food…no matter how much they meow.
Sometimes another cat (or even a human) is sitting in their spot. Or their other spot. Or their other spot.
Or maybe, they just want to rip up the couch…but they already shredded it.
Cat Problems is sure to help you empathize with the many struggles of being a house cat. Or it make just make you and child laugh, which I am pretty sure is the point anyway.
You might remember that my mom is a Crazy Cat Lady. I got her this book on Crafting with Cat Hair for her birthday. As my dad said, they have absolutely no shortage of cat hair in their house. Yes, this book teaches you how to make stylish crafts and accessories of our your cat’s hair. Why not transform that abundant byproduct of cat love into something useful?
Stack the Cats by Susie Ghahremani is a brightly colored, clever book that teaches basic math concepts. This is perfect for toddlers who are learning to count or for any child who enjoys animals. Your little one will be laughing as you both count the cats on each page. How many cats can you stack?
Cat Ladies is a fun and fanciful book with a surprise twist! Princess has four ladies, and some say that is too many….but princess doesn’t think so! She keeps busy taking care of all of her ladies. But what happens when a stray comes along? Will this upset the fine balance in Princess’s well-orchestrated life?
What’s cuter than a kitten and more fun than a unicorn? A Kitty Corn, of course! This book is fun and fanciful and sure to make you and your cat or unicorn lover smile.
And, even though this post is technically about cat books, here are two fun games I have to mention!
Taco Cat Goat Cheese Pizza is probably my favorite game at the moment. This game is easy to learn and is fast-paced…Absolutely no sitting around waiting for your turn. It is deceptively simple…and tricky. As a bonus, you get to occassionally beat your chest or smack a fellow player. Perfect for large groups.
For more of our favorite games, check out my post, The Best Family Board Games.
While cat sitting your neighbor’s cats, you are greeted by spilled coffee, broken flower pots, tangled yarn, and a missing bird! Which of the six furry felines was responsible for each Cat Crime?
Cat Crimes a fun logic game of deduction that can be played alone or with a friend. This game has 40 different challenges that start out easy and get incredimintaly more difficult. This game is both fun and challenging and guaranteed to give your brain a workout.