Supurr salutations pawesome furriends
So if anyone would like me to visit them, do let me know!
And in response to Monday's post...
A Street Cat Named Bob
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Anyhoo, so there I was, just me, myself and I listening to Bob's story, with a pot of nip tea and cookies.
Now this isn't a story fur effuryone, i.e: younger kids - NO, as it does deal with some of life's harsher realities of living in the modern wurld, on the streets, drug use and the recovery from the aforementioned. So those of mew who are thinking it's all about Bob, it is and it isn't.
Bob is integral to the story as he's the pivotal character in helping James, his newly adopted hooman to get his life together and keep James moving forwards towards a much brighter future. And in turn, James helps Bob to recover from his injuries inflicted while he was a street cat fending fur himself.
Basil was most impressed and asked if I knew him and if he wanted to join The B Team, I said. "No Basil, I don't purrsonally know Bob, but yes mew're right, he'd be a pawesome addition to our furry little band of heathens!" MOL
But I digress, A Street Cat Named Bob is a really touching and endearing story and gives mew an appreciation of the hooman/anipal bond at its finest. Would I recommend this to mew, yes I would though I must say that reading the book and listening to it were furry different experiences, and if I had to choose my favourite format, I'd definitely listen to the audio version.
I'll sum up in one sentence:
Bob Rocks, and if mew haven't read this already, do give it a go as I'm sure mew'll love it as much as I did!
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Oh and just before I pop off to go herd some sheep, yes mew heard me right, and it's all to do with next's weeks review, which mew won't want to miss as it's my last before I take my summer vay-cay. I just wanted to say that Bob's peeps have made some pawesome cartoons, so do go check them out as they're adorable.