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A photographic history of rare bipedal cats and related feline apocrypha from the unplumbed depths of cat science.
A photographic history of rare bipedal cats and related feline apocrypha from the unplumbed depths of cat science.
A photographic history of rare bipedal cats and related feline apocrypha from the unplumbed depths of cat science.
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Half-Cat Is Officially Hardcover.

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In order to ensure the book will be in your hands for christmas we had to make a judgement call and set in motion the ordering of a hardcover proof. Today the paperwork was signed. All backers are now being upgraded to hardcover.

For lack of precise number: I'm going to announce a retroactive stretch goal of $11,111. Congrats.

The words "thank you" doesn't do justice to how grateful we are for everyone's support.

One more thing...

Announcing the two 18x12" posters available in the $60 T-SHIRT CANNON and $89 ERWIN HOBBES EVERYTHING pledge levels.

Man holding a half-cat. Chicago, 1909. [Grey ink on 18"x12" black paper]
Man holding a half-cat. Chicago, 1909. [Grey ink on 18"x12" black paper]
Le Roi Cambyse au Siege de Peluse by Paul Marie Lenoir. Steel etching, 1872. [Black Ink on 18x12" natural tone paper]
Le Roi Cambyse au Siege de Peluse by Paul Marie Lenoir. Steel etching, 1872. [Black Ink on 18x12" natural tone paper]
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