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The Coach House Cats (The Cats of Moon Cottage #4)

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As The Coach House Cats opens it is evident that the time has come to have Pushkin, the Russian Blue tom, and Titus, the ginger moggy queen, neutered.

This was indeed the plan for Fannie, the tortoiseshell, but with her longed-for pregnancy well under way it must now be postponed. Fannie's due date for her kittens arrives and, in the time honoured tradition of cats and the
Hardcover, 336 pages
Published September 21st 2006 by Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
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Oct 07, 2011 rated it really liked it
This was a titbit book, like all its predecessors. I haven't much to say on it really. I thoroughly enjoyed the author's tales of life with her cats and life in her local community. It is a continuation of the previous books.

I thoroughly enjoy these books. I think they would be any cat lover's cup of tea. If you are to read them I suggest you start with her first The Cats of Moon Cottage .

The author comes across as a lovely lady. She also writes children's fiction, about cats again. Her website
Nov 30, 2010 rated it it was amazing
The Coach House Cats is the fourth and final book in Marilyn Edwards' series about her cat family.

Marilyn and her partner have moved up to Cumbria with her three cats Pushkin, Titus and Fannie and soon finds herself the owner of yet another cat - a beutiful black Bengal kitten that she christens Gilly. Marilyn writes beautifully and so descriptively, not only about her cats and their exploits but also the detail about the surrounding countryside and wildlife is brilliantly done.

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