I Could Pee on This: And Other Poems by Cats - Francesco Marciuliano I read this book to my three cats and a guest cat. Here are their (mostly) unsolicited comments.

"T. S Eliot, eat yer heart out." - Maslow the Wonder Cat

"A book of great social relevance...because I peed on it." - Ashley

"The book needs more poems and less fur" - Mojo Jojo the Sphinx

"Screw the book. Where's dinner?" - Fanci

This is a very funny book with poems by very talented cats, who actually know how to spell. Each poem catches a particular feline nuance that will be instantly recognizable to the cat person...
Closed Doors
LET ME IN LET ME IN LET ME IN
LET ME IN LET ME IN LET ME IN
LET ME IN LET ME IN LET ME IN
LET ME IN LET ME IN LET ME IN
LET ME IN LET ME I_
Oh, uh, hello
I didn't expect an answer
I did not expect an entrance
I did not expect this room to be
so unbelievably dull
So, uh, goodbye


If you think that is hilarious, you are a cat person and need this book. If you don't, I hope you love your dog.

OK, so it is not T. S. Eliot. But what did he know about cats anyways? As Maslow once said, "Any one who names a cat Rum Tum Tugger needs a hairball in their shoes."