TED Talk Tuesday: Two poems about what dogs think (probably) by Billy Collins

As you may have already known, CatPrint loves animals! We have dogs in the office just about everyday, from boxers to pitbull mixes to poodles! Sometimes we even foster cats in our office from local animal rescue groups that need help sheltering them. So it isn’t a surprise that for this week’s TED Talk, we decided to feature one about what dogs probably think!

Who is Billy Collins?

Billy Collins is an author, who is a former U.S. Poet Laureate & Poet Laureate of New York State. He is most famously known to capture his audience with wit and humor in his poetry. He has been a faculty member at City University of New York for over 40 years, while also being a visiting professor and guest writer at many other colleges and universities.

You can learn more about Billy Collins at:

www.billy-collins.com

www.bcactionpoet.org

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CatPrint is a boutique color printing company offering premium short run printing via the internet. When founded in 2004, the company was operated out of the owner's basement. Today, CatPrint has expanded into a cutting-edge web establishment, employing a team of workers with expertise in the fields of graphic design, productions and customer service. We also guarantee the use of the largest and most innovative digital presses available to us. Throughout our development, we strive to remain a customer-conscious organization, always trying to offer the most satisfying printing experience. Remember, our main concern is always you – the customer!

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