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Favorite Cat BooksSome of our favorite cat books, everything from cat encyclopaedia to cat fiction and the true cat stories about special cats.

There is always so much to learn and incredible tales to immerse yourself in!

I usually scour the local Value Village for reference books on cats and whenever I see something interesting in fiction with cats involved I check the Public Library as they often have new releases.

Lily and Casper like to curl up beside me when I read in bed and it seems they are especially purrfull when I am reading about cats!

I’m looking forward to reading some cat fiction as well but for now I am mainly into the reference books to learn about these amazing beings!

This work is certainly thorough: all 130 internationally recognized cat breeds are featured. Before readers even reach the catalog of cats, they’ll find more than 60 pages of text covering a ton of material: an explanation of what a cat is, cats in culture, feline biology, and more. Although the author takes the time to differentiate between the Pantherine (big cats) and the Felinae (the domestic cat), the focus is on cats as pets, a relationship that has been developing longer than perhaps previously realized.

Alan Edwards has been a judge for 28 years with the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy in Great Britain and continues to be a frequent international judge worldwide. Alan’s ex-wife June is also a GCCF and international judge. The Edwards bred British Shorthairs, Oriental Shorthairs, Siamese aand Silver Persians under the prefix “Taliesin” which was granted to them in 1970.

The Cat in the Window is a delightful collection of true stories that celebrate the cats in our lives. Inside you’ll meet an orange tiger-striped cat who softened the hard edges of life for a young family, a skinny black-and-white stray who braved a blizzard to find a home, a fat cat who saved his owner’s life one night, cats who offered comfort in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and many more. These warm stories will touch your heart and renew your spirit.

Only a few weeks old, on the coldest night of the year, a poor kitten was was stuffed into the returned book slot at the Public Library. He was found the next morning by the library director, a single mother who had survived the loss of her family farm, a breast cancer scare, and an alcoholic husband. The cat won her heart, and the hearts of the staff, by pulling himself up and hobbling on frostbitten feet to nudge each of them in a gesture of thanks and love. For the next nineteen years, he never stopped charming the people of the town with his enthusiasm, warmth, humility (for a cat), and, above all, his sixth sense about who needed him most.

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