Felines of New York A Glimpse Into the Lives of New York s Feline Inhabitants Featuring than photos and quotes from cats in America s most glamorous city Felines of New York exposes the furry underbelly of New York City s most glamorous self important residents Where New

  • Title: Felines of New York: A Glimpse Into the Lives of New York's Feline Inhabitants
  • Author: Jim Tews
  • ISBN: 9781501125836
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
  • Featuring than 100 photos and quotes from cats in America s most glamorous city, Felines of New York exposes the furry underbelly of New York City s most glamorous, self important residents.Where New York humans are accomplished, interesting, thoughtful, creative, and even sometimes tragic figures, the cats are simply cats They do not stand in line for brunch, or havFeaturing than 100 photos and quotes from cats in America s most glamorous city, Felines of New York exposes the furry underbelly of New York City s most glamorous, self important residents.Where New York humans are accomplished, interesting, thoughtful, creative, and even sometimes tragic figures, the cats are simply cats They do not stand in line for brunch, or have season tickets to the Met, or go indoor rock climbing in Brooklyn They do not shop at thrift stores or nibble finger sandwiches at the Russian Tea Room And they certainly do not give a flying f ck about the Yankees.No, the felines of New York bathe, purr, bask languidly in the sun, and occasionally cast baleful glances at the humans who provide them food and shelter They are proof that behind every New Yorker, there lays a cat just waiting to destroy their IKEA futon and then eat their faces off when they die.

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    1. I'm quite surprised at how much I enjoyed this book! I saw it at the library and decided to check it out and see what the book was all about and loved it. It has great colored pictures with hilarious comments that are written from the point of view from the cat in the picture. This would be a perfect coffee table book or book in your guest room. Another reviewer on mentioned that this book is similar to Humans of New York, which I've heard about on Facebook but had no idea it was a book. Let al [...]


    2. Book #126 Read in 2016Felines of New York by Jim TewsYet another must read for cat lovers. This book highlights the cats of New York--with beautiful pictures and sarcastic commentary. I highly recommend it to make you smile!


    3. AWWWWVery adorable, with lots of cute pictures of various cats in their habitats. Warning-- not for children. The cats talk as cats probably would if they could, and do cuss sometimes.


    4. This was a cute book. The photography was excellent and their lines were funny I was disappointed because I wanted to know more about each cat. Most were indoor cats, but there were some outside that I assume were strays and I want to know if the author tried to help them or just took photos.



    5. Fun idea, decent execution. Probably funnier if you know NYC and understand the stereotypes. A few of the commentaries were spot on.


    6. 3.5 starsI am not familiar with the blog, but I heard it was humorously based on Humans of New York. It's a mixed bag for me. My first impression was finding myself underwhelmed with the almost boring and amateur seeming photos and lame "interviews" with the cats. It didn't help that I had just seen the gorgeous photos from Curious Cats, and these just don't compare. Coming back to it a week later, I could appreciate its strengths better and see more why it's popular. The premise is cool, and th [...]


    7. How to convince the husband to get a cat. Step one: buy book filled with cute cat pictures. Step two: send hubby pictures of cats periodically. Make sure he reads the book. Step three: pray. Im going to be completely honest here. No shame. I ordered this book to stare at cat pictures. It was cheap, and worth it. I love cats and anything to do with them. Plus, Humans Of New York has become one of my favorite books. This book is basically filled with pictures of cats with quotes next to them. The [...]


    8. Are you familiar with Humans of New York? Good. This is not Humans of New York, but it takes that concept and applies it to random cats.In that respect, it is quite cleaver. You get the kind of dialogues you would expect a cat to have, if a cat could talk, done in the style of the "confessions" that peole have in Humans of New York. It is just long enough that you don't get sick of it.Not sure if it is quite as funny if you aren't familiar with Humans of New York, which you should also read, and [...]


    9. Ranges from mildly amusing to LOL. The photos are enjoyable and many capture the felines' personalities, although you can tell from the large eyes with big pupils that most cats were a bit freaked out about this stranger getting too close and pointing something at them. Very creative 'conversations'--I can't help wondering if the author/photographer got some of the cats' histories from their humans.Well worth browsing or perhaps devouring (depending on your sense of humor) for all cat fans.


    10. Pictures with silly captions, supposedly uttered by the cats in an interview. It was cute and funny. If you like cats and want to know what they'd say if they could talk, you'd probably like this.My favorite is probably Tanooki's:"I heard this mouse on the floor and I was, like, "Not in my house!" Then I killed it. Pretty quick, too.That mouse there? That's a toy.No, it's not, it's a dead mouse. It's been dead for months.Okay


    11. So, I got this for like .74. Yeah. I would have gladly paid twice as much. I love this book, not just for the pictures. I mean, I have my own cats. I can look at them all I want at home (ostensibly) for free. The text makes this book fabulous--it's self-absorbed, just this side of obnoxious--just so perfectly cat like.


    12. A part of me thought this would be humorous to read but only one got me to laugh. It was interesting to read about what cats would talk about if they could talk. The best part was the photographs of the cats!


    13. This book is HILARIOUS. It has totally captured the tone of the interviews of Humans of New York and matched them with gorgeous photos of cats. Give this to you cat fancier friends. I guarantee they will love it.



    14. Very clever captions to some really great pictures! Would make the perfect coffee table book! The perfect book for the cat lover in your life



    15. Simply beautiful photographs and fun to read. For any cat lover and owner, yes, your cat attitude is all here.



    16. What an absolutely charming book! The author Jim Tews is definitely marriage material! I didn't expect such a book from a man - I thought it was a female author. I love that the book is dedicated to all the cats of the world - and that the author does their bidding now. That's the sort of spell that cats cast on you. Perfect coffee table book and such beautiful photographs. I'd be able to read this book every day.


    17. I loved Humans of New York, but this is a funny and freakin' adorable take on that concept. Some of the cats were sweet, some snarky. My favorite had to be Sheba from the Lower East Side. "You ever hear of the Canary Islands? I'm going there when I get out. Just a sunny island with a shit ton of birds. What a goddamn dream." :D


    18. Thoroughly entertaining spoof of the "Humans of New York" website and books. Because these are New York cats, the author has given them New York voices, which means the language is sometimes PG-13. It's never vulgar though, and the humor makes it clear that the author knows his cats!


    19. Enjoyed this a lot more than I expected to. It helped that I read this with a friend who equally appreciates cats.



    20. Very entertaining book. I laughed all the way through it. ;) The photos were nice too. If you are cat person you will love it.





    21. When one is in New York, one reads about the natives. Not humans, of course, but cats. This book is clearly coffee table fodder, but it is mightily entertaining. Jones, a Harlem kitty, says "I used to squat in this house on 110st Street. Me and a bunch of other cats, when we were younger. But then I just hit that point where I decided it wasn't the life I wanted, so I let someone catch me." Hilarious and simultaneously insightful in an odd feline way. Highly recommended coffee table text. I hope [...]


    22. Funny captions and cute kitties; how could I not love it? My favorites were Simone & Sartre because they remind me of our own Sunny and Stormy. Stormy especially has let other kitties take the blame for her mischief. I like the layout of the book as well as the size of the photos. Unlike some other books I have read, there was no need to squint to see the kitties. I would recommend this book to fellow cat lovers.


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