Cat haters through the centuries quailed that cats could steal human souls, a statement that is glorious in its stupidity not just for its mountainous ignorance but for the joyful fact that it allows intelligent people to respond gleefully with the word, "poppycock."
But as the nearly 100 vibrant color and dramatic black-ans-white images in "The Kneading" make clear, what cats and kittens readily ARE capable of is stealing the hearts of anyone who sees them at play, at rest or merely curled up companionably with the human they love.
In "The Kneading," author/photographer and cat rescuer Todd Foltz uses images and words to poignantly explore the relationship between men and cats and examine why society doesn't understand men who love cats. He talks to male cat lovers and rescuers from across the country and includes information from celebrities ranging from Rush Limbaugh on one hand to Projekt Records and Black Tape for a Blue Girl founder Sam Rosenthal on the other.
Explore "The Kneading" for heartwarming pictures and insightful analysis and find out why even the gruffest of guys are proud to be bedazzled by the call of the purr.