Miss Effie’s Yoga for Practical Cats

Here Effie demonstrates certain poses designed to elicit endearment, and secure chairs to herself.

This pose, The Quadra-Star, invites your people to make much of your adorable paws and your winsome belly. It also resembles an invitation to sit with you, while actually securing the chair--unless you live with someone less than nine inches wide.

This pose, The Quadra-Star, invites your people to make much of your adorable paws and your winsome belly. It also resembles an invitation to sit with you, while actually securing the chair–unless you live with someone less than nine inches wide.

The Cervical Arc: no subtlety here. They admire the exquisite arc of your neck, and you occupy the center of the chair, precluding any possibility of sharing. This pose is well worth the practice it takes to sustain with an utterly phlegmatic expression.

The Cervical Arc: no subtlety here. They admire the exquisite arc of your neck, and you occupy the center of the chair, precluding any possibility of sharing. This pose is well worth the practice it takes to sustain with an utterly phlegmatic expression.

The Circle Roll enables you to roll at near light speed toward the lap of a captivated person with whom you don't so much mind sharing your chair. Anyone you would choose to live with would be rapt with the graceful circle your forepaws form, as well as your upside tummy.

The Circle Roll enables you to roll at near light speed toward the lap of a captivated person with whom you don’t so much mind sharing your chair. Anyone you would choose to live with would be rapt with the graceful circle your forepaws form, as well as your upside tummy.

The Arc of Triumph is an exquisite and very practical pose, providing an excellent stretch to keep you limber for chasing mouses and laser beams. The Arc of Triumph also secures your proprietorial interest in whatever chair you choose to occupy, and just about anything else over which you might like to assert dominion.

The Arc of Triumph is an exquisite and very practical pose, providing an excellent stretch to keep you limber for chasing mouses and laser beams. The Arc of Triumph also secures your proprietorial interest in whatever chair you choose to occupy, and just about anything else over which you might like to assert dominion.

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