Paw Tracks at Owl Cottage

Paw Tracks at Owl Cottage

Home, Pets
Paperback Published on: 07/10/2010
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Paw Tracks at Owl Cottage
Paw Tracks at Owl Cottage
Ann Noddles at Durham
Paw Tracks at Owl Cottage
Cat lovers everywhere, this is for you.
For all readers of the unforgettable Paw Tracks In The Moonlight. Once again Denis has given us an insight into the wonderful world of his beloved felines,... READ MORE
Ann Noddles at Durham

Synopsis

When Denis O'Connor and his wife Catherine return to Owl Cottage, only to find it in a dilapidated state, they decide to restore his former home. But the memory of Denis's beloved cat, Toby Jug, still lingers on. On impulse, he buys four Maine Coon kittens and names them Pablo, Carlos, Luis and Max.

Set against the wilds of the Northumbrian coast, Denis tenderly and humorously charts the ups and downs of life with his mischievous new cats. Forays into this beautiful countryside - in order to train his cats to bond more closely with him - are never without incident. However, when Pablo disappears, Denis is once again reminded of Toby Jug and the strength of bond between man and cat...

Praise for Paw Tracks in the Moonlight:

'A charming book that will appeal to all ages' The Pulse.

'This genuinely endearing cat's life story is going to warm the cockles of hearts all over the world' Lancashire Evening Post.

  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
  • ISBN: 9781849016407
  • Number of pages: 240
  • Weight: 187g
  • Dimensions: 176 x 124 x 20 mm

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Paw Tracks at Owl Cottage
Paw Tracks at Owl Cottage
I loved this book as much as Denis Connor's other one Paw Tracks in the Moonlight about his wonderful Maine Coon cats. I want to visit Northumberland now. ... READ MORE
Dee Brannon
Paw Tracks at Owl Cottage
I love this
Every cat lovers good read, I enjoyed every word. Its great how intelligent and tuned in to their owners cats really are.
catima