Q: What’s the difference between a cat and a compound sentence?

A: “A cat has paws at the end of its claws;

A comma has pause at the end of its clause.”

You didn’t think we were going to do a dog post and not follow it up with a cat post, did you? This adorable picture came through after our post about Zoe in the store:

  

His owner says, “Jack says there is nothing like curling up with a good book! Especially if it comes from Half Price Books.”

Hear, hear, Jack. Here are a couple more adorable cat + book combos, courtesy of The Berry:

 

 

More pictures available here. If you guys have any other fun picture combinations of your pets + books/music/movies/games, please send to besocial@hpb.com!

— Julie 

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