It’s true that everyone is a critic. They say cats are difficult to “read,” but it seems clear that Snowflake is not pleased I’m reading Malcolm Gladwell’s What the Dog Saw. Although Snowflake is a discerning reader who normally enjoys lounging on Gladwell’s New Yorker essays as well as any book I’ve momentary set aside, this particular collection includes a profile of “dog whisperer” Cesar Millan, an essay about pit bulls and crime profiling, and absolutely no essays about cats. Snowflake, for one, is clearly not amused.
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