Cats often live in the world of science fiction and fantasy. Anyone who knows cats knows they bend time and defy gravity.
They walk through life seeming not to care about day-to-day events around them, and yet in the blink of an eye, they sense danger as if they see into the future.
Cat people also know their cats observe their human slaves for space aliens. We don't mind, really. Of course, most cats, like nature, abhor a vacuum, so no technology for cats past a good can opener.
This volume focuses on cats in space and time and includes two helpful poems for those who still wonder about their cats' occupations.
"Ten Ways to Know if Your Cat is a Space Alien" by Geoffrey A. Landis
"The Goddess Particle" by Daemon Crowe
"All Cats are Gray" by Andre Norton
"The Game of Rat and Dragon" by Cordwainer Smith
"Nefertiti's Tenth Life" by Mary A. Turzillo
"Chimera" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
"The Frayed Edges of the World" by Annie Reed
"Surfing the Swale" by Lisa Silverthorne
"Cat in a Hole" by Dean Wesley Smith
"More Ways to Tell if Your Cat is a Space Alien" by Mary A. Turzillo