to my webpage!
My basic principles are embraced
by Meowists worldwide. A collection of my speeches and writings
can be found in The Sayings of Chairman Meow,
commonly known as The Little Cat Book.
It is one of the most popular and extensively-studied books
in the world, and millions of copies are in circulation.
Here are some excerpts. Please
read them carefully, and apply them to each aspect of your life.
and Arduous Struggle
We stand for self-reliance.
We hope for human aid but cannot be dependent on it; we depend
on our own efforts, on the creative power of the feline army and
the entire cat population.
Here I am with Wendy.
Although she feeds me and cleans my litter box and takes care
of me, I am fiercely independent and self-reliant!
VI. Imperialism and Non-Felines
Are Paper Tigers
Non-felines are paper
tigers. In appearance, some are terrifying; in reality they
are not so powerful. From a long-term point of view, it is the
cats who are really powerful.
Not only am I terrifying in appearance, I am
also powerful! Look at those fangs!
A cat without culture
is a dull-witted cat, and a dull-witted cat cannot defeat the
I have very refined tastes in culture and art.
My favorite contemporary artist is none other than Alexander
Scott, who visits me every day and rubs my belly. Here, I
am displaying one of his works.
by Alexander Scott. Latex on pine ply, 15.75" x 19.75"
VII. Dare to Struggle
and Dare to Win
Felines of the world,
unite and defeat the aggressors and all their running dogs!
Alex was once opposed to the feline movement,
and even considered himself a dog person. However, because I
am disarmingly cute, I have conquered him with my charm! Alex
is now a faithful Meowist.
conflict, and we don't want to fight. But if circumstances force
us to fight, we fight to the finish.
Click the photo on the right to see a video demonstrating
the evolution of my fighting skills as I go through my rigourous