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Kate Sullivan interviews Bob Tarte (Kitty Cornered - Algonquin) to discuss his newest release titled "Kitty Cornered." Author and journalist Bob Tarte has written for The New York Times and The Boston Globe. 

Among his books (Enslaved by Ducks and Fowl Weather) are stories about how humans become early adopters of technologically illiterate pets (one of his cats set fire to the house after peeing on an electrical strip of floor plugs).

Kitty Cornered is a discovery of what cats want and how they convince humans to get it (in so many ways).

Travel across porches, over the backs of couches, and through the woods with Moobie, Agnes, Lucy, and assorted woodland strays to discover the Cats of Winter in the semi-wilderness home of Bob and Linda Tarte. Pack your cans of tuna, it's a wild and bumpy ride. 

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