Waiting For My Cats to Die : You've passed forty. You're single, deeply addicted to watching television, and obsessed by the past. Your business seems to be failing. You're hopelessly devoted to two diabetic cats, whose dietary and medical regimens dictate your schedule. Not only have you been informed that your apartment is haunted, you're actually starting to believe it may be true. This is a life? Waiting For My Cats to Die is Stacy Horn's heartbreakingly honest and achingly funny reply to her own question. Here is a memoir that goes straight to the indignities and preoccupations of midlife: What happens the moment we realize that life has a distinctly downward pull to it, and that death is more than simply a theoretical possibility.
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