A lot of cat employees don’t need an alarm clock (including me) because they have a furry alarm clock. But if you need an actual cat alarm clock, I’ve gathered both the old-fashioned and digital
I still love to read real print books. I own a Kindle and have even published a couple of books on Kindle, but I still like the feel of a real book.
“Rescued Kitties: A Collection of Heart-Warming Cat Stories” is a delightful collection of stories told by real people.
“The Cat that God Sent” by Jim Kraus is a charming book set in the small town of Coudersport, Pennsylvania. We get a direct insight into what Petey, the Cat that God Sent, is thinking and planning...
Give me a Christmas romance with a kitten in the story, and I’m happy.
Dewey’s day started badly on January 18, 1988. It was 12 degrees below zero and a cruel person had placed him in a cold metal library return slot.
Being a cat lover, my family and friends like to buy me kitty gifts. I especially like the idea of a beautiful cat clock because it is so much a part of daily life.
The story starts with a prologue which I found uncomfortable to read. The setting is chilly and the tone is sinister.
If you love cats, this is the book for you. It’s a collection of true short stories that range from funny to poignant, but all of them are riveting and heartwarming.