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Zoe's Cats

4.29 of 5 stars 4.29  ·  rating details  ·  7 ratings  ·  2 reviews
From her cottage in Cornwall, Zoe Stokes invites readers to explore a charming English countryside populated entirely by cats. Imbued with Zoe's fertile and vivid imagination, the cats acquire human characteristics as they doze in their chairs, gambol in the corn fields, or gather in a Cornish inn. 32 color illustrations.
Hardcover, 62 pages
Published July 1st 1982 by Thames & Hudson
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"lovely gift"

Cats from her rural setting in Cornwall illustrate and provide narrative in Zoë Stokes' book of exquisitely detailed, full-colour, mostly realistic felines. You can leave Zoë's Cats on a table or nearby shelf, pick it up, read a paragraph or two, enjoy a cat view, and find yourself ready to return to mundane tasks. You might want to buy this book as a gift for yourself or a cat lover; the recipient will not be disappointed in the least!
Vicki G
That was adorable. I love kitties.
My kitty is nosy too, but I thought ALL cats were that way. Certainly every time we bring a box into the house, it has to undergo her feline inspection, which involves poking her cute kitty nose into every corner of said box.
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