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Ghost Cats: Human Encounters with Feline Spirits Paperback – March 1, 2007
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Be prepared to read stories that will comfort you, some that will make you smile, and some that will bring tears to your eyes.
After reading this book you will realize that love is eternal and our loved ones, including our beloved, pets are waiting on the other side.
and the facts in an interesting manner. Cat lovers beware. There are some sad tales about how the kitty ghosts became the spirits mentioned in the stories. The book tells us about some interesting sightings across the US and
England. OK for kids from 12 & up.
This book is organized into seven chapters. Each chapter approaches the subject of ghost cats in a little different way. Chapter one (Didn’t you just leave me? Why ghost cats exist) covers what is a ghost, types of hauntings and how do you know if your home is haunted by your cat. Chapter two deals with “from deity to devil: the supernatural lore of the cat.” The third chapter explores strange footprints in the night: Eerie encounters with feline phantoms. The fourth chapter explores “fear not, my friend: comforting encounters with beloved companions.” Chapter five covers “One last good-by: bedtime visitations.” Chapter six tells about hotels with cat spirits. The final chapter focuses on “Public phantoms: out and about with feline specters.”
If you are a cat lover who has lost a beloved feline this is a must read book. Strangely, I am a scientific minded person but somehow I am enchanted by cat lore and it is a comfort to think that we all will someday be together at the Rainbow Bridge.
Rating: 5 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Zen Poetry Moments: Haiku and Senryu for special occasions).
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This book scarred me.
Dog lovers should NOT READ THIS BOOK!
The cats will find out.
They always find out.Read more