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Cat Trivia 2020 Desk Calendar

Uncommon knowledge and necessary trivia for cat lovers. The irresistible appeal of cats meets the addictive fun of trivia in one frisky calendar. Its a reverent, charming, illustrated ode to cats, with day after day of quirky facts: Did you know that cats are sensitive to vibrations and can detect earthquake tremors before humans can? Or that these crepuscular creatures are most alert during twilight hours? With jokes (What do you call a cat that loves to bowl? An alley cat! ), rare breeds to discoverlike the Bengal and the Manxand humorous quotes from fellow feline fans: Cats will amusingly tolerate humans only until someone comes up with a tin opener that can be operated with a paw. Terry Pratchett. Full-color photographs and charming illustrations throughout. A jolly gift to delight any cat lover.Small but impactful, this desk calendar is perfect to brighten up even the smallest of spaces offering a pop of personality and quick monthly reference. Fresh, fun, and exceptionally stylish, this calendar features a built-in easel and is perfect for display on even the most space-challenged desktop, table, or bookshelf. Challenge yourself throughout the year or give this calendar as a gift to a friend.Popular calendar title!Cat Trivia for every day of the yearPrinted on high-quality paperFeatures easy tear-off pages dailyIncludes easel backing for displayFeatures tips, quotes, trivia and moreStay organized and on track all yearGive as a gift for any occasionGreat for families, students, and professionalsPerfect for the tabletop or deskAbout Workman Publishing CompanyWorkman is a publisher of cookbooks, parenting/pregnancy guides, books on gardening, country living, and humor, as well as childrens books, gift books, fiction, and the top selling calendar line in the business. Workmans top selling calendar lines include the popular Page-A-Day Calendars, Page-A-Day Gallery Calendars, Color Page-A-Day Calendars, and Picture-A-Day Wall Calendars. With such popularity, Workman has expanded their gallery line to include Page-A-Week Gallery Wall Calendars. Through all their innovations, Workman continues to product robust, bold, and fearlessly creative calendars year after year. A testament to their staying power and titles. Located in the heart of New Yorks Greenwich Village, in a converted printers building, our offices are high-energy and creative, filled with people who are passionate about what they do.Why Calendars?Do you need some daily inspiration or just a good laugh to start your day? Start every day off fresh with one of the many 365 day desk calendars available. These charming day by day calendars are a great way to keep track of the date and eager to see what tomorrow holds. Whether you enjoy encouraging messages, learning a new language, snarky quotes, adorable animals, trivia, puzzles or Bible verses, there is a daily desk calendar for you. Decorate your office cubicle, kitchen counter, or any other spot where a box calendar will fit! The best way to start the day is with one of our many Page-a-Day Calendars or a stunning Gallery desk calendar available in many sizes and page formats. Tear off the page on an adhesive bound calendar or change to the next day with one of our many loose-leaf calendars. Save your favorite messages, comics, or images for later use. You can enjoy a new image or quote every day of the week! Calendars.com has a large selection that is sure to please everyone.More InfoToday, domestic cats are everywhere: in the home, in the yard, on television and, overwhelmingly, on the Internet. But have you ever wondered where they came from and how they ended up as the worlds most popular pet? Us too. Heres a brief history of cats from being domesticated in ancient Egypt to wearing funny hats on YouTube. Domestic cats are everywhere: in the home, yard, television, and, overwhelmingly, on the internet. But have you ever wondered where they came from and ended up as the worlds most popular pet? Cats have been around for centuries from Ancient Egypt to the Far East and making their way to Europe. It wasnt until the 15th and 16th century, cats were welcome cargo on ships to minimize vermin and disease. In fact, it is rumored the American Shorthair is a breed to have flourished in the Americas after disembarking from Christopher Columbuss ships. Nowadays, cats are a key part of modern society its estimated there are close to half a billion around the world. They continue to be an important and special part of our lives. Were always looking for new ways to show them how much we care. So, actually, when you consider how revered cats were by the Egyptians not much has actually changed.
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