Black Cats Tell All: True Tales And Inspiring Images

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"The heartfelt, beautiful tales in this collection speak eloquently to the great good fortune of those of us lucky enough to be owned by a house panther. Read and rejoice " Gwen Cooper, NY Times best-selling author of Homer's Odyssey.

At last, a celebration of black cats to reverse negative stereotypes and superstitions. This collection, the first of its kind, narrated by the cats will move and amuse you with their tell-all stories, fun purrsonality profiles, and stunning photography. The gorgeous full-color anthology features over 100 black cats from all over the world including YouTube stars like Cole and Marmalade and Instagram influencers. See them lounging, working, enjoying outdoor adventures, playing and celebrating holidays- through all four seasons. The nonprofit book is a welcome gift and treasured keepsake for cat lovers everywhere. For black cat lovers, it's a must-have. It's the gift which gives twice pleasure for the reader and a portion of every book sale is donated to help shelter cats.

Product Details

Price
$19.99
Publisher
Cat Wisdom 101
Publish Date
October 05, 2017
Pages
196
Dimensions
8.0 X 0.53 X 8.0 inches | 0.94 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780998059198
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About the Author

Layla Morgan Wilde, a holistic cat expert and pet industry consultant, is an award-winning journalist and photographer. and in 2011, founded the popular blog, Cat Wisdom 101. She launched the non-profit initiative Black Cats Tell All in 2016 to promote black cat adoption. Layla founded the Annex Cat Rescue in 1997. The nonprofit celebrated their 20th anniversary in 2017. A tireless advocate for less adoptable cats since founding the Canadian non-profit Annex Cat Rescue in 1997, she has a soft spot for special needs, senior and black cats. Layla lives in Westchester County, NY with her husband and four special needs feline familiars including a black cat named Clyde. On the rare occasions, she's not focused on cats, Layla enjoys yoga, hugging trees and dreams of being a chef in her next life.