My Very Good, Very Bad Cat by Amy Newmark

Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Very Good, Very Bad Cat: 101 Heartwarming Stories about Our Happy, Heroic & Hilarious Pets by Amy Newmark
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 14.3 MB
Overview: Sometimes you can choose your family… by choosing to love a cat! But just because they’re animals it doesn’t mean they won’t be as complex and individual as anyone else around. Our cats can be so good, and then they can be not-so-good, but boy do they give us great stories! This collection of 101 funny, heartwarming, and sometimes mindboggling stories is all about all the very good, very bad, simply amazing things our cats do.

They come in all shapes, sizes, and personalities. From silly to sophisticated, from impish to affectionate, and everywhere in between, our cats are important and beloved members of our families. Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Very Good, Very Bad Cat will have readers of all breeds laughing, commiserating, and maybe even shedding a tear. These 101 heartwarming, humorous and completely true stories about our feline friends are sure to touch every cat lover’s soul. Perfect for every cat’s person.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Brina the Cat #1: The Gang of the Feline Sun by Giorgio Salati (.CBR)

Brina the Cat #1: The Gang of the Feline Sun by Giorgio Salati
Requirements: CBR Reader, 82MB
Overview: Brina, a city cat, moved to the mountains with the owners for a summer holiday. Here she meets some stray cats who call themselves “The Gang of the Feline Sun". The new friends convince her to escape her owners and become a free cat. But while Brina enjoys her newfound freedom and all the new types of delectable bugs the countryside has to offer, her young owners are panicking over losing her, a member of their family. Brina must make a choice to live with her owners , where it’s safe (but confined) or go in the wilderness. A heartwarming tender cat tale.
Genre: Comics > Graphic Novels | Children’s > Middle Grade

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The Great Cat and Dog Massacre by Hilda Kean

The Great Cat and Dog Massacre: The Real Story of World War Two’s Unknown Tragedy by Hilda Kean
Requirements: .PDF reader, 4.1 MB
Overview: The tragedies of World War II are well known. But at least one has been forgotten: in September 1939, four hundred thousand cats and dogs were massacred in Britain. The government, vets, and animal charities all advised against this killing. So why would thousands of British citizens line up to voluntarily euthanize household pets?

In The Great Cat and Dog Massacre, Hilda Kean unearths the history, piecing together the compelling story of the life-and death-of Britain’s wartime animal companions. She explains that fear of imminent Nazi bombing and the desire to do something to prepare for war led Britons to sew blackout curtains, dig up flower beds for vegetable patches, send their children away to the countryside-and kill the family pet, in theory sparing them the suffering of a bombing raid. Kean’s narrative is gripping, unfolding through stories of shared experiences of bombing, food restrictions, sheltering, and mutual support. Soon pets became key to the war effort, providing emotional assistance and helping people to survive-a contribution for which the animals gained government recognition.

Drawing extensively on new research from animal charities, state archives, diaries, and family stories, Kean does more than tell a virtually forgotten story. She complicates our understanding of World War II as a “good war” fought by a nation of “good” people. Accessibly written and generously illustrated, Kean’s account of this forgotten aspect of British history moves animals to center stage-forcing us to rethink our assumptions about ourselves and the animals with whom we share our homes.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Sebastian the No Tailed Cat by George Corbett

Sebastian the no tailed cat by George Corbett, Jonathan Hilton
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 541 KB
Overview: Sebastian the no tailed cat is a story about a bobtail cat who is upset about not being followed because of his appearence. Sebastian gets adopted and learns to accept himself even though he is different. The book has themes that talk about being adopted, and accepting oneself. A great book for parents to read to their children to explain difficult topics more easily. A must have!
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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A Cat’s Eye View of Life and Love by Marta Felber

A Cat’s Eye View of Life and Love by Sterling with Gentle Self-Help for All Ages by Marta Felber
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 966 KB
Overview: Look around your world. Is it peaceful, joyful, meaningful, and filled with friendships and intimacy? Do you sometimes find yourself struggling to create the life you want? Welcome to my book, A Cat’s Eye View of Life and Love, where you’ll discover how I face the challenges in my world, experience love and find peace. My motto is Live and Love.

Open the book and see me on every page, a photo and a story, with Mewsings at the end where I make sense of what happened to me. Read the stories alone and aloud with family and friends. As you think and talk about what you read, I hope you will find new ways to make your world a better one.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical

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Black Cat 2-1 by Bob Ford

Black Cat 2-1: The True Story of a Vietnam Helicopter Pilot and His Crew by Bob Ford
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 14.49 MB
Overview: In the Vietnam War, 2,197 helicopter pilots and 2,717 crew members were killed. Black Cat 2-1 is the story of one pilot who made it home and the valiant men he served with who risked their lives for the troops on the ground. Bob Ford invites readers into the Huey helicopters he flew on more than 1,000 missions when he and his men dared to protect and rescue. For those whose voices were silenced in that faraway place or who have never told their stories, he creates a tribute that reads like a thriller, captures the humor of men at war, and resounds with respect for those who served with honor.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biography

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How to Be a Cat by Lisa Swerling, Ralph Lazar

How to Be a Cat by Lisa Swerling, Ralph Lazar
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 5.5 Mb
Overview: From the creative duo behind the bestselling Me Without You and Happiness Is… comes How to Be a Cat, a lighthearted illustrated guide to living life as a feline. Distinctive artwork and quirky captions confirm what we already know: cats actually rule the household. Ranging from simple truisms ("Look cute enough to attract cuddles") to perceptive observations ("Consider life a never-ending belly rub"), this charming ebook is a must-have for anyone who shares their life with a feline friend (or vice versa).
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Total Cat Mojo: The Ultimate Guide to Life With Your Cat [Audiobook]

Total Cat Mojo: The Ultimate Guide to Life With Your Cat [Audiobook]

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The Raven’s Tale by Cat Winters

Life Lessons from the Cat by Amy Newmark

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Life Lessons from the Cat: 101 Stories About Our Feline Friends & What Matters Most by Amy Newmark
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 4 MB
Overview: You can’t help but be changed when you have a cat. They teach us about devotion, loyalty, and the value of living in the moment. They show us how to appreciate every day, and somehow, in those deep eyes, we learn about ourselves as well, becoming better humans.

Our feline friends teach us many lessons, from their days as a kitten to their quiet senior years. Along the way they keep us company, provide unconditional love, and share in the ups and downs of our lives. These 101 real-life stories will delight cat lovers of all kinds. You’ll laugh a lot, tear up at times, and nod your head in recognition as you read these tales about the wonderful experience of sharing life with a cat. Part of the proceeds go to support the work of American Humane, providing a better life for cats everywhere.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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The Cat Whisperer through Mieshelle Nagelschneider

The Cat Whisperer: Why Cats Do What They Do–and How to Get Them to Do What You Want through Mieshelle Nagelschneider
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 3.1 MB
Overview: Who says you’ll’t teach a cat? Just whilst you concept you had reached the tip of your ball of cord, one in every of America’s hottest cat behaviorists involves the rescue of at a loss for words cat house owners in every single place, offering sensible and efficient methods for fixing each and every pussycat conduct downside imaginable-from clutter field problems to scratching, spraying, biting, and past.

Cat Whisperer Mieshelle Nagelschneider has been serving to folks handle those dilemmas for twenty years, reaching a near-perfect good fortune fee. Central to her means is a willing figuring out of the original manner cats see the world-their want for security and safety, their acute territoriality, and their insatiable need to catch and kill prey. Her confirmed C.A.T. cat conduct amendment plan is a common-sense plan of action that may be particularly adapted in your cat within the context of its conduct issues and its explicit family atmosphere. Easy-to-implement answers lend a hand develop into even essentially the most anxiety-riddled partners into assured, gregarious, and comfortable cats who reside longer, happier, and more healthy lives.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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An Invitation To Alexandrov Geometry: Cat(0) Spaces

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The French Cat

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100 Ways To Understand Your Cat

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