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Everyone loves cats! What’s not to love? In this book you will find 101 Hilarious jokes about the cats, and everything we enjoy laughing about our feline friends. Fill your days with laughter, give this book as a gift, or use it to entertain your loved ones. These punny jokes make great icebreakers and will lighten any mood. Great to use in a classroom, near events, or times when you just need a laugh.

This collection of jokes is clean fun and family friendly, with no violence or offensive language. The dirtiest jokes within these pages are about the litter box.

Published: Hot Tropica Books on
ISBN: 9781310880452
List price: $0.99
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