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Two Cats Walking

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For two cats who trace their ancestry back to ancient Egypt and who believe that they have a sacred duty to the humamn race, two house moves prove one too many

Deciding that 'owners' who drag them away from their home yet again are no longer worthy of them, they escape from the removal vehicle and find themselves adrift somewhere in Middle England with no clear plan of what
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Published (first published December 31st 2000)
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Apr 06, 2012 Joy rated it liked it
I am reading a loaned copy of this book. It is not in Kindle format, every other page is blank and fonts can't be adjusted. It is readable, but I'm glad I didn't pay for this copy.

It is rare to find books written from a cat's viewpoint that isn't silly but so far, the author seems to have captured how we look to cats, and how they look to themselves. (And no stupid baby-talking.) So far I'm assigning 4 stars...

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