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Catnip for the Cat Lover’s Psyche: a Memoir
Author: Ann Lapatka, Category: All Ages, Cat Lovers, Great Gift, Illustrated, Inspirational, Pet Loss & Bereavement, Photos Publisher: Self Published : 11 Dec, 2021 Language: English
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Full Color Edition. The author, Ann Lapatka, transports the reader through adventurous, real life stories – the tragedies, the triumphs, the laughter and the tears – of her experiences with beloved companion cats. She shares with you how her cats blessed, enriched – and even surprised her – in totally unexpected ways. Cat lover or not, Catnip for the Cat Lover’s Psyche gives you an insight that will leave you feeling a connection to the feline world. You will never look at cats the same way again! Curl up with your kitty for a good read. Interlaced with quotations by famous feline admirers, including Sigmund Freud. With a foreword by world famous mentalist and cat lover, the “Amazing Kreskin.” Color Photos and illustrations

“Catnip for the Cat Lover’s Psyche: A Memoir” is now available on Amazon as either a Full Color Hardcover, A Full Color Paperback, a Black and White Paperback, and as a Kindle Ebook.

The Amazing Kreskin talks about “Catnip for the Cat Lover’s Psyche” in the new video on Author’s Updates.

The author, Ann Lapatka, transports the reader through adventurous, real-life stories–the tragedies, the triumphs, the laughter and the tears–of her experiences with her beloved companion cats. She shares with you how they blessed, enriched and even surprised her in totally unexpected ways. Cat lover or not, she gives you an insight that will leave you feeling a connection to the feline world. You will never look at cats the same way again!

Excerpt from “Catnip for the Cat Lover’s Psyche”: “Toby’s Story–Paw Prints in the Snow.” Everything was white. Several inches of snow had fallen overnight, pristinely blanketing the small suburban town. Tranquility reigned and all was still–but wait, not all. The movement of something, which perfectly matched the newly fallen snow…a white cat, extremely frail and stick-like, with bones protruding from apparent near-starvation, slowly and laboriously trudged its way through the snow’s depth. It was clearly at death’s door, there was no doubt about that.

(Discover how the valiant Toby overcomes next in “The Catnip Days” and “Toby Comes Back–After Death Experiences”)

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