From playful and hilarious accounts of life with cats to heartwarming tales of cat courage, healing and learning, each touching story in Chicken Soup for the Cat Lover's Soul celebrates the special bond we share with our cats.
There's not much more to say about this than the description imparts, other than to be sure and have tissues on hand. If you are familiar with this series of books, you know what you're going to get: heart-warming stories that verge on the sentimental, and that's fine with me. I was particularly touched by the stories about cats and humans who helped each other grieve mutual feline and human companions. It's also interesting to hear about cats' names and how they were bestowed, such as the Siamese cat named Etcetera because of "The King and I."
This entry is out of order because the two previous books in reading sequence are book club selections that we haven't discussed yet, and I want to take advantage of the opportunity to include any relevant points that might come out of that. Meanwhile, I'm close to finishing Book 14 which will bring me closer to my necessary pace for the year. I have a busy weekend planned, but I hope to get some reading done during the quiet intervals.