REVIEW: Pussweek by Bexy McFly
Pussweek: A Cat’s Guide to Feline Empowerment is full of hilarious spreads, quizzes, and advertisements, as well as top–notch photos of cats in all their cuteness and weirdness. Based on the magazine series Pussweek, written “by cats, for cats,” this book is a feline parody of fashion and celebrity gossip rags.
In a market saturated with “cat shaming,” Pussweek gives cats their claws back. With an intelligent editorial voice of their own, these cats don’t want dumb memes—they want you to stop secretly filming and posting them on the internet, and they want to empower all of the other feline friends out there who are sick of human nonsense.
•With their own forum, these feisty cats provide a rare look into the private lives of felines everywhere
•Filled with articles of a caliber of humor that are clever and a little bit edgy, while still not above a well-placed cat pun
•A collector’s edition featuring some of the series’ most popular articles, like “Top 20 Most Satisfying Things to Push Off a Table,” “Playtime is Over: The Out of Control Hand that Touched My Furry Place,” and “Somewhat Effective Workouts for Extremely Busy Cats,” as well as tons of all–new material from cats who have a lot of dirty laundry to air
Every cat owner has wondered: ‘What the heck is my cat thinking?’ and Pussweek will hold all the myriad answers in one big volume full of outrageously cute (and simply outrageous) cats.
From scandalous pawparazzi pics to revealing litter quizzes, hairy exposès to tell&tail interviews, you will finally find the feline empowerment that lies within you–and don’t take a doggone no for an answer.
By cats, for cats. Got thumbs? Get lost. (except, of course if you’re polydactyl) It’s time for feline empowerment – and all the news that’s important to cats. Which famous cat couple was seen having a public spat over a hair elastic? Who was spotted willingly going to the vet?! Gossip columnist Pachinko has the scoop. We’ve got the Top 20 Most Peeworthy Hotspots ranked by pros, cons, and scolding probability. Noob sends greetings and indifference to his loyal readers then issues a public service warning about the Spritz of Death bottle. Don’t let it happen to you, kittens.
Be sure to look for the feline empowerment tips scattered like litter through the pages. And speaking of litter, what does your box say about you? Take the quiz and find out.Then read about Winkles Fishstix’s 24 hours undercover as a dog. Are you bored with your regular scratching post? Let’s examine some other household furnishings that can put the fun back into sharpening your claws as well as things to avoid. Let’s discuss catnip addiction: is your human an enabler and how much is too much?
Is your human a creepy stalker? Do they tell you their problems – and expect you to care? Do they have hundreds of photos of you on their phone? Worst still, do they (hiss!) touch your tummy? We can tell you what your options are. In or outside of doors? It’s your right not to choose. What’s the best size cardboard box for you and what to do with the annoying things that come in them? Why is water death venom when you’re immersed in it but wonderful to drink from the faucet? We don’t know either, but it just is. And just for fun – read your pawroscope. Check out the latest edition of Pussweek for all this and more! B