Along with interviews, Meankitty and I do the occasional cattification. That’s where we take your book cover, book blurb, and sometimes your first couple of pages and fix them. Cat style.


For the most complete list of cattifications, here’s the cattification category at the new, improved blog. As of March 2014 the following links lead to the OLD blog and may not be accurate.

Books we have fixed so far:

Ruby’s Ghost by Shona Husk became Ruby’s Ghost Kitty by Shona Hiss plus an excerpt

Ten Days by Olivia Mayfield became Ten Dogs by Olivia Mewfield.

Journey of Awakening by Shawna Thomas became Journey of Crinkling by Clawna Thomcat

Just Breathe by Kendall Grey became Just Bathe the Cat by Kendall Greytabby

Studio Relations by Georgie Lee became Poodlio Relations by Georgie Lee

Stellarnet Rebel by JL Hilton became Stellarcat Pounce by JL Mewton with an excerpt as well

Forbidden Desires by Jodie Griffin became Furrbidden Desires (excerpt)

Super Zero By Rhonda Stapleton became Super Meow by Ragdoll Stapleton with a “catcerpt”

Light My Fire by Jodi Redford became Light My Laserpointer by Jodi Redfurr, with an excerpt

Forbidden Fantasies by Jodie Griffin became Feline Fantasies by Jodie Kitten, with and excerpt at Jodie’s blog

The Magic Mirror and the Seventh Dwarf by Tia Nevitt became The Manxy Mirror and the Stupidest Dog…and Accidental En-CAT-ment.

Pack and Coven by Jody Wallace became Pack and Catten by Jody Wallace (yeah, I wouldn’t let Meankitty change my name).

Priestess of the Nile by Veronica Scott became Pretty Kitty of the Nile by Purronica Scott plus excerpt.

Feeding the Vampire, an Ellora’s Cave Quickie by Jeffe Kennedy, became Feeding the Van Cat, an Ellora’s Cave Kitty plus excerpt

My Favorite Countess by Vanessa Kelly became My Favorite Countess’s Lap by Vanessa Kitty

The Watchmaker’s Lady by Heather Massey became The Watchmaker’s Kitty by Heather Manxey

Rulebreaker by Cathy Pegau became Droolbreaker by Catty Pegau

Fight or Flight by Natalie J. Damschroder became Fight or Bite by Natalie J. Damschroder

Fortune’s Hero by Jenna Bennett became Fortune’s Meow–a Kitties of Fortune novel