Star Trek For Cats. Really? Well if cats are exploring where no cats have gone before, count me in or should I say, “Beam me up, Scotty,”.
Good day daaarrrlings, it’s your Scottish cat, Clyde with a new book Star Trek Cats with picture purrfect illustrations by author Jenny Parks. Check out her website for links to pre-order the book. The official launch date is February 28, 2017. She also has some fab kitty merch from her wide selection of pop culture pussycats. She has a knack for capturing the essence of the Star Trek character in this pitch purrfect homage. The orange tabby is so Captain Kirk and the big-eared Oriental short hair as our favorite Vulcan is spot on Spock. My favorite is of course my fellow Scotsman, Scotty.
Star Trek Cats is for cats, humans and non-humans and is feline approved and recommended.
But holy Klingon! Wait. There is one fine, female feline. Oh, Lieutenant Uhuru, hello…
The nifty hardcover book covers an assortment of episodes from the original TV series. The list is at the back of the book but Trekkies will easily recognize the scenes. Everything is naturally better with cats.
Excuse me, I have some more reading to do but before I go I’d like to thank my mentor and maestro, Merlin. He taught me the value of reading books and writing honest book reviews.
FTC disclaimer: We received a review copy of Star Trek Cats which in no way influenced our views. At Cat Wisdom 101 we only share content we feel is of value to our readers.
Have a good week and remember: LIVE LONG AND PROSPURR!
My mom, Layla who loves the original TV series more than the movies reminded me there was an episode with black cats. Apparently, in the 1967 episode for Halloween, Captain Kirk gets lured into a spooky house with wizard zombies, witches and a giant black cat. Woooo. Enjoy the clip. But as a black cat advocate must say this episode reinforcing the negative stereotype about black cats, no?