‘A colourful series that celebrates the many ways animals enrich our relationships and our lives’ Karin Slaughter
It’s become obvious that the time has come to have Pushkin, the Russian Blue tom, and Titus, the ginger moggy queen, neutered. This was indeed the plan for Fannie, the tortoiseshell, but with her longed-for pregnancy well under way it must now be postponed. Fannie’s due date for her kittens arrives and, in the time-honoured tradition of cats and the best laid plans, unexpected problems arise.
Following this drama, the household finds itself in turmoil again with the arrival of a black Bengal kitten, called Gilly, who disrupts the peace of both cats and people resident in The Coach House. . .
With a fine eye and ear for the world of natural history, Marilyn Edwards writes about rural living with charm and passion – but it is her observation of cats and their ways that make her books so utterly magical.
**Fully illustrated throughout**
Praise for the Moon Cottage books:
‘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