Cats I’ve Known (and a giveaway)

We had the chance to read a fun new book called Cats I’ve Known: On Love, Loss, and Being Graciously Ignored. It is full of stories of all the cats the author has known and loved, each cat having it’s own section. Some cats are pets, others are cats that she meets in Philadelphia’s streets, alleys, houses, apartments, and bookstores. All of them have their own distinct personalities!

It’s a fun read, as each cat is so different, and yet they share qualities. This is something all cats owners are sure to already know, but I have a feeling you will see cats you love in each of the cats in the book too.

We have five copies to giveaway! You will get to read it before it’s even released in October. This giveaway will be open to those in the USA and Canada. Please enter using the form below:

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6 Responses to Cats I’ve Known (and a giveaway)


    My favorite cat is the family cat, Toothless. He’s so cute and relaxed.

  2. Sandy Weinstein says:

    i dont have any cats. but when i was riding, at the barn we had a wonderful cat. her name was chum. she was so lovable. the trainer loved her, she would follow him everywhere.

  3. Christine says:

    Growing up, I had a cat named Winky that I adored. She always stuck by me and was really fun to have around. I’ve had other cats since but she’s always been my favorite!

  4. Torri says:

    God bless my cat kaltag that I had as a kid growing up. How he let me dress him up without clawing my eyes out i have no idea…

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  6. Linda Szymoniak says:

    While I love each and every cat we’ve ever had, I have to say that the one who I think of and miss the most is my Anya. I adopted her from a woman who was giving her away – Anya (then Angel was already nearly 10 years old. She was the most beautiful white Angora, but she was also the most unique personality for a cat I’ve ever known. My girls and I still insist she was magical, as she’d appear in a room when the door was closed and always seemed to know what was going to happen before it did. She was nearly 10 years old when I adopted her and she was with us for another 10 years. She lived to just short of her 20th birthday.

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