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Menopaws: The Silent Meow by Martha Sacks

Menopaws: The Silent Meow

by Martha Sacks

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0898157803, Paperback)

A full-color book of gentle humor providing inspiration and playful coping strategies for millions of women a bit apprehensive about the change of life. Illustrating this delightful collection of tips are 48 paintings of the spunkiest, cleverest, most inspiring cats ever seen. A perfect gift.

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Mature, responsible, well-adjusted females know that it's natural to expect some changes as the years go by and calmly accept that "to everything there is a season." But the whimsical, womanly, and anything-but-sedate cats of Menopaws offer another approach - let down your fur, embrace the Change, and live your lives to the fullest. This book offers two dozen solutions to common menopausal (or menopawsal) problems. Night sweats? Sleep naked! Gaining weight? Celebrate! With colorful cats illustrating every one of these helpful hints and a detailed bibliography listing slightly more sensible resources for dealing with menopause, this book is both fun and functional.… (more)

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