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Born in Tokyo, Kaori Tsutaya is a cat lover and freelance writer whose writings have been published in magazines and special-interest books. Many of her published works are based on the subject of cats and include articles, photography, and books on crafting.
Her blogs “The Laws of the Cat” (nekono-okite.cocolog-nifty.com) and “The Cat Hair Craft Room” (nekoke.com) are popular in Japan.
Amy Hirschman is a translator, crafter, and pop-culture enthusiast living in California. She studied Japanese for four years at the University of Pittsburgh and has lived in Japan. Though she is not a cat owner, her friends will attest that she is the greatest cat sitter they have ever had. This is her first published translation.
bought this as a coffee table book as a joke but find myself wanting to make a finger puppet. This book is a crack up and will for sure let folks know , if they had any doubts,... Read morePublished 1 day ago by lisa gulino
This was a semi-gag gift for my sister. Upon receipt, she told me I was creepy. However, the products of Furminating her Russian Blue are still accumulating in a plastic bag, so I... Read morePublished 23 days ago by edaniels
I love this book: I made one of the finger puppets the very day I got this as a gift. The cats in the photos are all adorable, and the translator Amy Hirschman does a great job of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by As the Bird Flies
I purchased this book as I was tired of people sitting too near me on public transport.Published 1 month ago by Rico
This book shows how inventive true crafting people can be. We, who have cats, all know how much some of them shed, now we have creative ways to use this "gift".Published 2 months ago by joyce abbott
Bought as a gag gift for a friend and actually found some of the stuff to be kind of cute in a weird way.Published 2 months ago by Valerie Weaver