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A Street Cat Named Bob: How One Man and His Cat Found Hope on the Streets | Hardback

Released on 15 March 2012

Author: James Bowen | Format: Hardback

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The moving, uplifiting true story of an unlikely friendship between a man on the streets and the ginger cat who adopts him and helps him heal his life.

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 Heart warming and eye opening

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A book that will draw you in quickly to a heart warming tale, will enlighten you about living on the streets, the spiral of addiction, how easy it is to slip through the net yet how difficult it is to regain a foothold in mainstream society and how healing friendship can be, especially when that friendship comes unconditionally from a cat like Bob. If you don't learn at least one lesson from this story I will eat my copy of 'A Street Cat Named Bob'.

 Puurrrfect book for any cat lover

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I have just finished reading this book and what can I say, I LOVE Bob. The book tells the moving story of how Bob found James and how the 2 of them helped each other through some troublesome times. The book is wonderfully written and while there are obviously some sad and dark moments there are also lots of wonderfully humorous ones too. Bob made me smile at every page turn and I wish I was still living in the UK to be able to go to London and meet this cat for myself. I could see so much of my own cat in Bob and I think this book is a must read for all animal lovers but particularly cat lovers. Best of luck to Bob and James and thank you for sharing your story with us

AuthorJames Bowen
PublisherHodder & Stoughton General Division (GB)
Year2012
ISBN9781444737097
FormatHardback - 288 Pages