Catscapades, True Cat Tales–the Book!



It’s official. Our shipment of Catscapades, True Cat Tales is scheduled to arrive in our driveway Thursday! We’ll be shipping books Friday, March 19, 2010. It is the right time for you to order your copy to read and copies as gifts for all of your cat-obsessed friends…

Here’s a taste of what you will find in this charming book:

A cat is a cat is a cat. Or is it? Every cat I’ve loved has come with at least one peculiarity distinguishing this cat from every other cat. It’s these enchanting and the not so enchanting distinctions that inspired this collection of cat stories.

Throughout the pages of this book, you’ll read about clever, clumsy and quirky cats. You’ll meet cats that are extraordinarily daring, incredibly spiritual and deliciously humorous. This book even features cool cats, scaredy cats, curious cats, courageous cats and un-catlike cats.
You’ll fall in love with Frigie Frypan, the fearless chocolate and white cowboy kitten who survived being dumped in a coyote-infested wilderness. Yet, just when he was ready to settle down with a doting family, he was catnapped.

You’ll smile while reading the story of Gus, the reluctant babysitting cat.

You’ll cringe at PomPom’s valiant attempt to defend her injured kitten against well-meaning strangers and marvel at her sudden ability to trust one human completely.

You’ll meet an obstinate calico who responds to mind-talk, an engaging Himalayan who responds to a spiritual healing and an injured tabico kitten who responds to an outpouring of love. And then there’s Sammy, the cat who changed a heart.

Read about adventuring cats, heroic cats and mew-sical cats as well as throw-away cats who create new lives for themselves. There’s also the story of four aging cats who were orphaned when their owner died unexpectedly and whose uncertain future was purr-fectly orchestrated through nothing less than divine intervention.

You’ll be captivated by these stories. You’ll laugh, you’ll weep and you’ll go hug your own cat.

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