‘Crazy Cat Guy’ of Christiansburg publishes debut book
Local author Charles Underwood, America’s Craziest Cat Guy as well as the “hardest-working man in cat biz,” recently published his debut book “The Litter Box of Life: Scoops, Piles and Clumps of Wisdom from a Crazy Cat Guy.”
Possessing a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology, Underwood has worked as a librarian in public, academic and correctional settings, and as a counselor with inmates and at-risk youth, in addition to numerous other occupations to support his cats. When he is not writing or playing golf, he can be found in Christiansburg, changing litter boxes, opening cans of food, making trips to the vet, riding around in the Catmobile, discussing life with his favorite Cat Lady (his mom), and rescuing kitties in distress.
Opening to five-star reviews, the book is now available for purchase on such sites as Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com and BooksAMillion.com. The book is a compilation of stories describing a wild journey involving more than 100 cats over a 40-year span.
Readers will discover how a Crazy Cat Guy reacts when he awakens one morning to find the cats are in the furnace, what happens when one slips out the door and the Cat Guy isn’t dressed, and the seven words that guarantee Cat Guy will always be single.
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll wonder why, but through it all you’ll know—the Crazy Cat Guy loves his cats, and every day it shows.
The book was published Sept. 6 and is available in both paperback and e-book versions.
– Submitted by Charles Underwood