Thousands of years ago, a cat purred, and humans listened. We were fascinated. Today, we're still fascinated by the purr, but in many cases, we've let our feline companions down. There are millions of homeless and hungry cats. These are but a few of the stories of the lucky ones, rescued from bad situations and given a place on easy street.
You'll be inspired, you'll be awed, and you'll say "awww" over stories about cats like these:
Ms. Sammy, the cat delivered to her "furever" home by the coroner.Lima, the kitty with a horribly infected tail, but who never stopped purring in appreciation of her human's efforts to help her get well.Hanuko, the rescue with two human mommies.
Some people believe that homeless or shelter cats somehow make inferior companions. These rescue stories put an end to that myth, while at the same time reaffirming that humanity still thrives in the hearts and minds of good people.
From tales of cats rescued from a warehouse, a barn, and even a coffee can, to heartwarming stories of feline determination and human compassion, every story in The Cat Rescue Diaries is evidence of what happens when good people seek out the purr and find their "purrfect" feline match.
The Cat Rescue Diaries, Book 1. Print length: 112 pages.