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Need a Break from “Self” Improvement?
Maybe It’s Time to Self-Help the Cat

Readers everywhere are discovering a new "secret:" That managing your cat's time is the #1 best way to spend your time!

Now putting your cat to work has never been easier, or more enjoyable -- thanks to this delightful addition to the Cat Self-Help Genre.

Start reversing decades of unproductive "catitude" and learn how to turn cat flow into cash flow. The useful exercises in the Time Management for Cats Program promise to jumpstart your cat's dwindling career hopes and kick his creative act into high gear.

No job seeker of any stripe should miss this slim volume of unique career advice for the vocationally obsolete -- or anyone trying to get off the couch and back to work.

Wake up, kitties! The Working Cat is back,
and just in time for today's modern and technological world!

There's never been a more exciting time to be a cat...

What readers are saying:
"... a smart must read brain treat." (Five Stars)
-Smashwords.com review
"LOL... a phenomenal writer."
-Self Help for Cats Site comment

Published: Alison F. Bowman on
ISBN: 9781301491582
List price: $2.99
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