Fellow cat lovers, here’s a book you’ll want to add to your collection immediately, if not sooner.
Tabitha: The Story of a Much-Travelled Cat is a gorgeous little book starring an even more gorgeous cat. Her name is Tabitha and she has more resilience than a lot of humans.
From the Back Cover:
Like all cats, Tabitha loved to lie in the sun. She would stretch out on the patio or in the sun-room, and roll over onto her back, displaying the soft, light-brown, dark-spotted fur along her tummy. When she could, she made her way upstairs and settled on her mistress’s bed. She would wait for her mistress to come home from work, and would soon be curled up on her lap, purring, while Jane enjoyed a cup of tea.
Tabitha’s memoirs were lovingly written by her grandmother, author Helen Harris. The beautiful photographs throughout the book were lovingly taken by Tabitha’s mother, Jane Tirard.
This absolutely precious book is a must-have for all cat lovers. You’ll adore every second of the fast-reading tale almost as much as you enjoy the pictures of Miss Tabitha.
Since we cat lovers are sensitive people, I thought I’d set your mind at ease right up front – there is, thankfully, no sad ending involved. I thought you’d like to know because, if you’re anything like me, you avoid sad-ending animal stories with every ounce of your being!
Tabitha: The Story of a Much-Travelled Cat is definitely a feel-great book and I hope you’ll grab a copy right away.