The second book in a delightful series chronicling the many joys and occasional scratch marks of living with cats.
'It's catnip for anyone who's ever loved a feline' Karin Slaughter
Fannie and Titus have had the run of tranquil Moon Cottage - until now. Pushkin, a young Russian Blue tom kitten has joined their family, but can the three cats achieve a peaceful co-existence?
Capturing the joys and challenges of owning a cat, Marilyn Edwards tenderly depicts and the great privilege of loving and being loved in return by the feline companions we share our homes and lives with.
**Fully illustrated throughout**
Praise for the Moon Cottage cat series:
'My all-time favourite cat book' Jacqueline Wilson
'Cat lovers will adore this book . . . A tender story of love between the author and her cats' Celia Haddon
'All the many delights and a few of the heartaches of a life with cats are told with charm and wit. A vivid, honest, observant and involving book' Desmond Morris
Praise for The Cats of Moon Cottage:
My all-time favourite cat book
At once engaging an uplifting - a colourful chronicle that celebrates the many ways animals enrich our relationships and our lives
Cat lovers will adore this book . . . A tender story of love between the author and her cats
All the many delights and a few of the heartaches of a life with cats are told with charm and wit. A vivid, honest, observant and involving book
Marilyn Edwards was born in 1946 and lived her formative years in Yorkshire. She worked most of her life in the book trade, for publishers including Jonathan Cape, Allen & Unwin and Random House. After retiring from London publishing to a life of full-time writing, she moved with husband and fellow northerner Michael to a small village in Cumbria, where they lived with their four cats, Fannie, Titus, Pushkin and Gilly.
The Moon Cottage cat series was originally published by Hodder between 2003-2008, to great critical acclaim from cat lovers including Jacqueline Wilson, Karin Slaughter and Celia Haddon. Marilyn was also the author of fiction novels White Chin and Magnificat. More information on Marilyn and her work can be found on www.thecatsofmooncottage.co.uk.