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There's a new cat in town! This feisty sibling of the international bestseller I Could Pee on This will be making its own sensational mark in the cat-poetry world. I Could Pee on This, Too explores fresh feline emotions and philosophical musings through cats' own poetry, such as Welcome New Cat, Sleeping My Life Away, and You Also Live Here. Any cat lover who's longed for There's a new cat in town! This feisty sibling of the international bestseller I Could Pee on This will be making its own sensational mark in the cat-poetry world. I Could Pee on This, Too explores fresh feline emotions and philosophical musings through cats' own poetry, such as Welcome New Cat, Sleeping My Life Away, and You Also Live Here. Any cat lover who's longed for a deeper look into the enigmatic world of their cats will fall whiskers over paws for this well-versed follow-up.


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There's a new cat in town! This feisty sibling of the international bestseller I Could Pee on This will be making its own sensational mark in the cat-poetry world. I Could Pee on This, Too explores fresh feline emotions and philosophical musings through cats' own poetry, such as Welcome New Cat, Sleeping My Life Away, and You Also Live Here. Any cat lover who's longed for There's a new cat in town! This feisty sibling of the international bestseller I Could Pee on This will be making its own sensational mark in the cat-poetry world. I Could Pee on This, Too explores fresh feline emotions and philosophical musings through cats' own poetry, such as Welcome New Cat, Sleeping My Life Away, and You Also Live Here. Any cat lover who's longed for a deeper look into the enigmatic world of their cats will fall whiskers over paws for this well-versed follow-up.

30 review for I Could Pee on This Too: And More Poems by More Cats (Poetry Book for Cat Lovers, Cat Humor Books, Funny Gift Book)

  1. 5 out of 5

    karen

    There is a word We cats have When we want to say "Thank you." But none of us can remember it CAT CONFESSION yup, this dude managed to squeeze another book outta this concept: pets writing poems. and since i've read all of them so far, i figured i had to check this one out as well! as always, my version of reviewing these is to copy out my favorite poems and seek out accompanying GIFs from internet, even though i see that some of the ones i added to the other books have vanished. so, get 'em while you There is a word We cats have When we want to say "Thank you." But none of us can remember it CAT CONFESSION yup, this dude managed to squeeze another book outta this concept: pets writing poems. and since i've read all of them so far, i figured i had to check this one out as well! as always, my version of reviewing these is to copy out my favorite poems and seek out accompanying GIFs from internet, even though i see that some of the ones i added to the other books have vanished. so, get 'em while you can, i guess! i will try to replace those missing images because it bugs me when things get rooned, but it's not as though looking at cute pictures on the internet is a hardship or anything (although it does somehow take much longer to do these kinds of reviews that ones with actual words. but totally worth it, because cats!) so, here we go! more cats, writing more poems! I'm Sorry I'm sorry I knocked That giant pot of pasta sauce All over your kitchen But in my defense I've already forgotten why you're upset Hey, are those floor meatballs for me? I Watch I watch you sleep I watch you eat I watch you read I watch you walk I watch you in the shower I watch you get dressed I watch you from a distance I watch you from behind a curtain And I watch you knowing If i were a human I'd be in jail and not on your lap You Are the Last Person You are the last person I would ever want to hurt Twice Today So get your act together And stop trying to take me off the bed Why? My eyes go dim My limbs go slack My mind goes blank While you smile like a lunatic While you press me to your face While you take another selfie And I take a moment to discover A camera really can steal one's soul Possession I'm sorry But I didn't realize That after the life we've built together After everything we've shared After I've given you my world You still see us In terms of what is yours What is mine And whatever is placed between two slices of bread Is suddenly not just anyone's for the taking Gratitude I can't thank you enough For everything you've done for me Apparently Because you can't stop asking For another show of affection Sit You need this piece of paper? Here, let me sit on it You need to write in this notepad? I think I'll sit on it You want to read this magazine? Oh, I will sit on this You hope to use your laptop? I'll fall asleep across your keyboard Until my drool shorts out your shift key Because when I control the means of communication I control your world You Also Live Here It's come to my attention That you also live here Which makes all that cleaning you do Far less thoughtful Assassin When I kill a bug You thank me When I kill a mouse You thank me So when I kill your plants Instead of shouting "My orchids! My prize-winning orchids!" Say, "Thank you For killing then before they kill us" Because I know what I am doing And heads up, I don't really trust your bird Splash Splash Splatter Slosh Tip spill flood And yet again I show the water bowl who's boss And you who's bored Little Hat If you make me wear A little hat You might as well get me A little shirt And little pants And the deed to your property Because dressing as a human Is when the pigs in "Animal Farm" Took control of everything Canary I want the canary in that cage I want the canary in that cage I want the canary in that cage OH DEAR LORD CAN THAT BIRD FIGHT BACK! I MEAN OW OW OW HOLY HELL! OW!!! Sigh I want the cheese on that plate and just to give this situation a happy ending, here's another one: evil birds get what they deserve! There's a Toy on My Head There's a toy on my head You know there's a toy on my head You placed the toy on my head You're taking pictures of the toy on my head You're laughing There's now an idea in my head You put that idea in my head Soon you won't be laughing at all I guess this is how every revolution starts One poorly placed cloth octopus at a time Season to Taste Parsley Sage Rosemary Thyme Cat hair Cat hair Cat hair Are the basic ingredients Of any kitchen With low counters here are the other books in the series, linked to my reviews, if you wanna see more pictures (and occasionally, an "image error," dammit. I Could Pee on This And Other Poems by Cats I Could Chew on This: And Other Poems by Dogs I Knead My Mommy: And Other Poems by Kittens You Need More Sleep: Advice from Cats come to my blog!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Morris

    If you have or had cats this is the book for you. I couldn't stop laughing at the poems. They spoke to me on a deep level. Some may have been written by my own cats. The adorable photos add to the fun. This is the perfect gift for the cat lover in your life or for your own bookshelf.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ellen Gail

    Penny & Chloe LOVED I Could Pee on This! We are ready for the sequel! Penny & Chloe LOVED I Could Pee on This! We are ready for the sequel!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Heather McC

    Humans are not the only creatures with inner thoughts, ulterior motives, and trade secrets. Uncover the feline's detailed schedule, the true value of the common cardboard box, and why we continue to believe in our 'purrfect playmates' no matter what happens.

  5. 4 out of 5

    K.

    Just as charming as the first book. An excellent combination of subtle fondness for felines and unsubtle humor about their shenanigans. My favorite poem (because we are only as old as we feel, which for me is apparently twelve): Real Close If you listen very carefully If you bend down very close If you wait until the very moment I ram my nose up another cat's butt You will hear my muffled laughter Because even I can't believe This is how we all decided to tell each other "Hello!"

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Theis

    As a crazy cat lady, I am in love with the sheer poetic power that is this book. From cat hair in our food, to nose in butt greetings, this is a work of pure art. 😻 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Any book that can get me to laugh is a winner winner chicken dinner. And all of these poems hit the nail on the head about cats nature and what they really think about us humans. Which is, as we all know, that cats are superior. Great book!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Laura Harrison

    Pretty darn adorable. Compact photo book with cute pet quips. Professionally produced and great quality. The whole series by Francesco Marciuliano is a must have!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    I love all the poem books written/made by Francesco Marciuliano, so I was very delighted when I found out there would be a new one. At first glance I thought it would be a repeat of the first book or maybe a bundle with the best poems, but then I found out it was a new book. With new poems. With new photographs that will make you laugh and squee. I am normally not a poetry person. I tend to avoid them, I am not sure why, but poetry is just not my thing. But for some reason I just love these poems I love all the poem books written/made by Francesco Marciuliano, so I was very delighted when I found out there would be a new one. At first glance I thought it would be a repeat of the first book or maybe a bundle with the best poems, but then I found out it was a new book. With new poems. With new photographs that will make you laugh and squee. I am normally not a poetry person. I tend to avoid them, I am not sure why, but poetry is just not my thing. But for some reason I just love these poems. They are funny, they are hilarious, and they perfectly show us how cats are. I don't have cats of my own, but I have seen enough cats in my life, read about them, that I know these poems are just spot on. The poems vary from every day things (like a cat throwing down a bottle of spaghetti sauce, and immediately getting distracted by the meatballs) to a cat realising that he would be in jail for the stuff he does if he was a human. :P All the poems made me laugh out loud and I had a lot of fun reading them. The photographs are cute as always (who can resist cute cats). I would highly recommend this book to everyone! Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  9. 5 out of 5

    Anthony

    This review will be short and sweet. I love poetry. I love cats. By no means will Francesco Marciuliano's poetry reach the level of classic literature, but his short verses written mostly in free verse capture the life of cats as we know them perfectly and humorously. As a person who is owned by a wonderful tabby cat I will pick this book up and read it over and over, and laugh knowingly every time.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kendall

    I liked the poems. I thought they were very nice and funny. Although I felt like all the poems did was make the cats out to be these animals whose only goal is to wreck your house and pee on everything. I had a cat who was just as affectionate as a dog, if not more, and barely damaged anything. In my opinion, the book didn't quite capture the non-stereotype aspects of cats. It was still an enjoyable read though.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Huda Fel

    Cats write poems, believe me they do! This dear book was my Eid gift to myself, also categorized under "self care"!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Phoenix

    An adorable addition to any coffee table.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Cute kitty poems. Nothing beats my favorite poem about “nature’s way” from the first book, but it was cute all the same! Fave poems: I’m Sorry, Stoned-faced, To Fly, Home Decor, Self Confidence.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Very silly and cute, but also pretty apt! A good little book for cat owners, those who serve cats, or those who admire cats.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Alison Whiteman

    Yet another hilarious book about cats. :-)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Emma (Thoughts of a Brown Eyed Girl)

    2.5 stars. I can't say I liked this quite as much as I Could Pee on This, but I still had a lot of fun with it and it was nice to get through something that wasn't too dense and didn't require a lot of focus. I'm not sure why this didn't seem to live up to its predecessor completely; I just didn't have as much of a connection to this collection of poems (though I do think I feel a slump coming upon me, so that may v well be to blame). Still, though, I appreciate Marciuliano's creativity and humor 2.5 stars. I can't say I liked this quite as much as I Could Pee on This, but I still had a lot of fun with it and it was nice to get through something that wasn't too dense and didn't require a lot of focus. I'm not sure why this didn't seem to live up to its predecessor completely; I just didn't have as much of a connection to this collection of poems (though I do think I feel a slump coming upon me, so that may v well be to blame). Still, though, I appreciate Marciuliano's creativity and humor and I wouldn't mind looking into his other publications.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Vontel

    For anyone who has ever lived with a cat, these photos & purported poems are a hoot. I first read the first book in this cat series a few years ago, & just happened on this one on display at the library. Author writes the Sally Forth comic series, & also has at least one dog. Looking at some of the titles that came up as I was searching for the exact book title, I suspect there are some books featuring dog poetry too. For anyone who has ever lived with a cat, these photos & purported poems are a hoot. I first read the first book in this cat series a few years ago, & just happened on this one on display at the library. Author writes the Sally Forth comic series, & also has at least one dog. Looking at some of the titles that came up as I was searching for the exact book title, I suspect there are some books featuring dog poetry too.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Carl

    I got a lot more out of the first collection.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nathan Albright

    If it ain't broke, don't fix it.  Obviously the author found a great deal of success with the first volume of cat poetry that he wrote (which I read and reviewed shortly before reading this volume) and equally obvious he decided not to tamper with a successful formula.  And the fact that this is an enjoyable collection of poems just like its predecessor validates his decision to write humorously about cats [1].  Cats are animals whose humor is pretty easy to see, and the author clearly showed a If it ain't broke, don't fix it.  Obviously the author found a great deal of success with the first volume of cat poetry that he wrote (which I read and reviewed shortly before reading this volume) and equally obvious he decided not to tamper with a successful formula.  And the fact that this is an enjoyable collection of poems just like its predecessor validates his decision to write humorously about cats [1].  Cats are animals whose humor is pretty easy to see, and the author clearly showed a gift for capturing what was both funny and also endearing about cats in his first volume, and so we have an inevitable sequel to review that is just as enjoyable as the first one was.  If you liked the author's first book in the series, there is no reason to dislike this one as he manages to vary the tone and broaden the perspective of his cats while maintaining a deft touch with both humor and more poignant emotional registers relating to cats, something that many people are likely to appreciate whether they have cats of their own or not. This particular collection also contains numerous cute kitteh photos and a bit more than 100 pages of material divided into four sections.  Here the sections include various "official" cat writings of one kind or another and are labeled as our people, our home, our thoughts, and our rules.  Here too the author states that there was apparently some sort of contract that was found that was related to further poems, and one wonders if the author continues this conceit through the rest of his volumes.  These poems look to the forgetfulness of cats, their stone-faced emotional register, the silly names they give their owners, possessiveness, curiosity, efforts at controlling one's world through limiting communication in as cute a manner as possible, the jobs that people have in taking care of cats, the humorous behavior of cats that includes eating money and being strange kinds of ambiverts as well as the fondness of cats for sleep and light.  Again, the poems show a wide deal of variety of emotional registers and tones, all of which makes for interesting and enjoyable reading even when read back to back with the previous volume, ample demonstration that the author still has more to share. One thing I noticed here, and it is likely not accidental, is that the author is making shrewd observations about people through writing from the perspective of cats.  Are human beings distractable?  Do we waste money as efficiently as cats do through simply eating twenty and fifty dollar bills?  Do we call other beings by ridiculously silly names?  Are we self-absorbed?  It is easy to make fun of cats for this sort of behavior but a bit more pointed when the author implies that this humor is equally ridiculous in human beings as it would be in cats, which encourages a reply that is more complicated than simply laughing at cats, but also reflecting on our own humanity and what it means.  The ability that some readers (myself included) will have in empathizing with these animals and their purported poems comes from our understanding of ourselves and our ability to see what we are like in the eyes of others.  Those who cannot see cat behavior as relevant to human behavior are likely not to look at this book or seek to understand it anyway, and so such people are likely to miss the serious point of all of this comedy. [1] See, for example: https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2018... https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2018... https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2018... https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2018...

  20. 5 out of 5

    Zach M

    For my English class, each month we review a book we've read. During this last month, I have been subjected to the burden of standardized testing. Standardized testing is a giant thorn in my side. With all the homework piled on top of the stress of testing, I decided to take it easy on myself and read another poem book. I read the sequel to my last month's review, "I Could Pee on This, Too" by Francesco Marciuliano. The book is a collection of poems, written from the perspective of a house cat. For my English class, each month we review a book we've read. During this last month, I have been subjected to the burden of standardized testing. Standardized testing is a giant thorn in my side. With all the homework piled on top of the stress of testing, I decided to take it easy on myself and read another poem book. I read the sequel to my last month's review, "I Could Pee on This, Too" by Francesco Marciuliano. The book is a collection of poems, written from the perspective of a house cat. The book is meant to give us an insight into the mind of the common cat. Various poems discuss topics like feeding, adjusting to a new home, adjusting to a new cat, ways of displaying affection. It's all very tongue in cheek and clever. The author perfectly nails the behavior a cat. As an owner of two cats, I know just how crazy and unpredictable they are. Cats as a species collectively, display many of the same traits, but we've never really known why. Marciuliano does his best to answer some of our questions. He hilariously displays cats as selfish but loving, adventurous but cowardly, and the whole time I was chuckling all along. The story really nails a cat's personality. Any cat lover should be hooked on each cute poem. The only downside is carried over from the previous book, it's just too short. There should be more poems in my opinion. I really think both books should have been combined into one, that would've made for a much more well rounded book. Though I guess it's probably a good thing that these stories kept me wanting more.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Adam

    A quick book of cat poems that Han sent me when she learned that I had just gotten Pontch! It doesn't take long to learn that cats have a very particular way of relating to the world. And, while I've known friends' cats, I've never previously known the tribulations, joys, and quirks, of cat ownership. This quirky poems put it all into perspective for me, and offered a comforting shared experience. Yes, of course your cat is going to break as many things as he can. And of course he sleeps all day A quick book of cat poems that Han sent me when she learned that I had just gotten Pontch! It doesn't take long to learn that cats have a very particular way of relating to the world. And, while I've known friends' cats, I've never previously known the tribulations, joys, and quirks, of cat ownership. This quirky poems put it all into perspective for me, and offered a comforting shared experience. Yes, of course your cat is going to break as many things as he can. And of course he sleeps all day just to rouse you at night. And yes, he greats you with his butt. But, it all comes from a deep place of love, affection, and, of course, disdain for humans. After all, who can blame them!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Doris Powell

    I have to admit I am prejudiced, having cats around me. But the author did a good job of getting into the spirit of a cat. His verses were hilarious. He divided them into chapters, family, work, play, and existence. The accompanying pictures were wonderful. One of my favorite poems was "Kubla Kat" about the cat's experience with catnip. I also enjoyed "Bigger Cat" in which the cat insists he is not fat but his owner might want to lift his pet with his knees so he won't throw out his back. Loved I have to admit I am prejudiced, having cats around me. But the author did a good job of getting into the spirit of a cat. His verses were hilarious. He divided them into chapters, family, work, play, and existence. The accompanying pictures were wonderful. One of my favorite poems was "Kubla Kat" about the cat's experience with catnip. I also enjoyed "Bigger Cat" in which the cat insists he is not fat but his owner might want to lift his pet with his knees so he won't throw out his back. Loved this book!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kaitlyn

    This book, and it's predecessor, is so funny! If you have cats, or have had them in the past, or just like them in general, you will understand and laugh at all these poems written by cats. As someone who has 3 cats and 2 dogs I can say that so many of these poems are true to life of owning a cat. Cute, quick read!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Beth Huddleston

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book's predecessor, I Could Pee on This, so when I saw the sequel, I just had to pick it up. This collection of poems by cats features the introduction of new cat siblings, enjoying being alone, knocking things over, and the general confusion over cameras and cell phones. Quick, enjoyable, and great photos.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Valleri

    "The first eight lives are practice, the ninth is for revenge." Wonderful words of wisdom to live by...if you're a cat :) This volume was so much more clever than the author's dog poetry book (I Could Chew on This) and actually managed to surpass the others "written by" felines. I'd call that a win/win for the cat world :) Cats rule, dogs drool.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tamara Menninger

    If you're a cat lover in need of a light, humorous read this is the collection for you. Poems are collected in four "categories" from the feline viewpoint, of course: "Our People," "Our Home," "Our Thoughts" and "Our Rules." Guaranteed to make you laugh while enjoying a collection of cat photographs alongside the short poems.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly VanNostrand

    Cute and hilarious! Some of these short poems could have come from my cat. As someone who is only one cat away from being a crazy cat lady, this made my day. I'll keep it on the coffee table for future giggles as needed.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Neo

    Omg this was JUST as good as its predecessor! I'm still cracking up because all of these poems are absolutely 100 percent true of most (all) cats and I'm dying. If this isn't my cat I don't know what is!

  29. 5 out of 5

    عبدالعزيز مال الله

    This book is so funny and so interesting. I never thought that I could read poems written by the cats, with four chapters and in different topics like people, home, thought and rules. Chapter three is my most loved one, and my favorite poem is 'I Don't Like'

  30. 4 out of 5

    Isabella

    Loved it!! So funny!!

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