The Museum shop aims to disseminate MONPAs message through the merchandising of quality products which promote the ideal of interspecies understanding.
With Cats by Burton Silver
and Heather Busch. The authors of
'Why Cats Paint' have discovered another phenomenon: people who dance
with their cats or, more accurately, cats who dance with their people.
Delightful and inspiring photos of people and cats engaging in their
favorite routines are featured as well as moving testimonies of the
personal transformations brought about through this joyous form of communication.
Dancing With Cats Shirts
Why Cats Paint by author Burton Silver and photographer Heather Busch, was published in 1994 and rapidly became an international best seller, receiving rave reviews in numerous magazines and newspapers including Newsweek, People, Elle, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Washington Post, The Times (London), Bunte (Germany),and Gala (France). In the United States alone it has sold 500,000 and is still going strong.
What Bird Did That: a drivers guide to some common birds of North America by Peter Hansard and Burton Silver. Ever since the invention and popularization of the automobile one hundred years ago, drivers throughout America have thoughtlessly removed splatters of bird droppings from their windshields and car hoods. They have done this without realizing that each and every splay contains fascinating and valuable information about the bird who did it.
Site design and implementation by Catch 22. Images and text copyright 1999 Origination Trust.