What does "paw-printed" mean in this sentence?
Enter for a chance to win one of three free autographed (paw-printed) first-edition copies...
As much as I understand the meaning of both paw and print I do not understand it perfectly in this context.
Does it mean the author, itself, is going to be signing the book. Also I would assumed in this case "autographed" would be enough to state that.
Or is it that they're going to use a stamp, like some do, which mean it will not be a proper autograph as such using paw-printed here to indicate it would not be a clean autograph?