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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.
375 backers pledged CA$ 14,349 to help bring this project to life.

Book Launch. November 27th, Toronto.

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Facebook Event Link. Half-Cat: A Book Launch
Facebook Event Link. Half-Cat: A Book Launch

 Manufacturing is complete. 

Books, Posters and tees have finished printing and will be shipped early next week. 

Image of Half-Cat entering a gilding machine. (Video in the works)
Image of Half-Cat entering a gilding machine. (Video in the works)

 Big thanks to the Graduate Architecture, Landscape and Design Student Union (GALDSU) for use of the the gallery space, Cafe and Lecture hall.

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    1. Kathryn MacDonald on November 18, 2013

      I'm planning to open a shelter for half cats when I retire.

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      Kathryn Kucera on November 17, 2013

      Great news. It is so fun. My full cat was curled up on the floor several days ago and at first glance she looked like a half-cat. Perhaps you heard me howl.

      Seems like your project completion happens to line up with your mayor's "half-mayor" launch. No cruelty intended. His denial is a major element of his disease.