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Catnapped!

by Elaine Viets

No more pussyfooting around! Husband and wife PI team Helen Hawthorne and Phil Sagemont have barely scratched the surface of the world of show cats when a cornered kitty kidnapper's claws come out.... This show cat is a no-show.... The one thing celebrity Trish Barrymore and her no-account accountant husband, Mort, can agree on in their bitter divorce is shared cat custody. But when Mort is found brained by a mahogany cat tower, and Justine, their pedigreed Chartreux show cat, goes missing, Trish calls on Helen and Phil. Despite a ransom note from the catnapper, Trish is still the prime murder suspect in the eyes of the police. As they await the post-Mort-em, it's up to Helen and Phil to find the feline filcher and let the cat out of the bag. Discovering that Mort had some shady dealings within cat show circles, Helen goes undercover as an assistant for a woman who shows prizewinning Persians. But Phil is not buying Trish's cat-that-swallowed-a-canary act--he thinks she might be staging the whole catnapping. As Helen and Phil get deeper into a high-pressure world of primping, posing, and purring to collar a killer, they get caught up in a cat-and-mouse game where the stakes are literally life and death....

Cats and Kittens

by Scott Foresman

What do cats and kittens do? Come and learn in simple text what cats and kittens do.

Cats Are Weird

by Jeffrey Brown

Cartoonist Jeffrey Brown's drawings perfectly capture the humor and quirkiness of cats in all their strange and charming glory. Following the success of Cat Getting Out of a Bag, this collection of color and black-and-white comic strips loosely follows the adventures of a pair of cats as they explore the world around them, indoors and out. Adventures include taking a nap, licking a shoe, attacking dust particles, hiding in cabinets, pouncing on fallen leaves, confronting the vacuum cleaner, patrolling the yard, and purring up a stormall adorably rendered in Brown's immediate and irresistible style. Sure to delight anyone who lives with cats and appreciates their sweet and batty behavior, this beautifully packaged gift book is the cat's meow.

Cats at the Campground (Animal Ark #32)

by Ben M. Baglio

Mandy and James have discovered a stray cat and her kittens behind old Wilfred Bennett's house. But the next time they visit, she's moved her family into a trailer on Western's campsite! Sam Western has no patience for animals -- particularly cats.

A Cat's Christmas

by Stefanie Samek

[From the back of the book:] "The Complete Guide to All Things Festive and Feline for the Holidays. A new holiday classic, this delightful book celebrates your favorite yuletide traditions from a distinctly feline perspective. From the historical origins of the holiday to its contemporary festivities, A Cat's Christmas includes such favorites as "A Cat's Christmas Carol," "The Nine Catnaps of Christmas," and "A Cat's Christmas in Wales," as well as ideas for cat- themed ornaments, gift suggestions for the cat who has everything, and recipes for special Yuletide treats. You'll also find advice on party etiquette, proven unwinders for wound-up cats, and what to say when a kitten asks, "Is there really a Santa Paws?" Filled with favorite poems, carols, stories, and delightful illustrations, A Cat's Christmas is the perfect stocking stuffer for every cat lover on your list." Full page illustrations are described.

Cat's Claw

by Amber Benson

Calliope Reaper-Jones is Death's Daughter. She owes a debt to Cerberus, the three headed dog that guards the gate's of hell-a debt that involves a trip to Purgatory, Las Vegas, ancient Egypt, and a discount department store that's more frightening than any supernatural creature she'll ever encounter.

Cat's Colors

by Jane Cabrera

What is Cat's favorite color? Is it green, like the grass where he likes to walk? Or yellow, like the sand on a sunny beach? Children who are learning new colors can join in Cat's fun, as he explores the colors all around him. With its bright palette and playful, endearing kitten, this cheery book is perfect for the very young child. "Big, bold, and bright. . . this cheerful picture book gives young children a chance to learn their colors. " --Booklist, starred review

Cat's Cradle

by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.

"All of the true things I am about to tell you are shameless lies." Dr Felix Hoenikker, one of the founding fathers of the atomic bomb, has left a deadly legacy to the world. For he is the inventor of Ice-nine, a lethal chemical capable of freezing the entire planet. The search for its whereabouts leads to Hoenikker's three eccentric children, to a crazed dictator in the Caribbean, to madness. Will Felix Hoenikker's death wish come true? Will his last, fatal gift to humankind bring about the end that, for all of us, is nigh? Told with deadpan humour and bitter irony, Kurt Vonnegut's cult tale of global apocalypse preys on our deepest fears of witnessing the end and, worse still, surviving it ...

Cat's Cradle

by Christine Rimmer

Cat Beaudine Was Nobody's BabyAnd that's the way she liked it. She could take care of herself-and she knew that marriage and motherhood were for other women, not her. Until the stranger with the familiar face had her wondering if being alone was all it was cracked up to be....Dillon McKenna Wanted a FamilyFor the professional daredevil, living on the edge had lost its appeal. He knew Cat was the woman for him. Now all he had to do was convince her of that-with the help of the unexpected bundle of joy in the back of his van....

Cats & Dogs

by North Light Books

The Perfect Reference for Painters! Paint your favorite furry companions! Inside you'll find more than 40 step-by-step demonstrations that clearly show how to accurately capture a variety of popular pet breeds, including tabby cats, terriers, bulldogs and many more. This detailed guide contains useful painting instruction and insights from 18 experienced artists working in acrylics, watercolor and oil. Whether you're painting a cat or dog portrait-style or playfully posed, this book will give you plenty of ideas and tips for nailing the unique details of the animal's face, body and individual personality. This invaluable combination of in-depth painting demonstrations and inspiring ideas is guaranteed to bring you success in all your work.

Cats Don't Always Land on Their Feet: Hundreds of Fascinating Facts from the Cat World

by Jack Mingo Erin Barrett

This book brings together hundreds of cat facts and trivia tidbits; for example, housecats typically blink twice a minute, and NCAA college football teams with "cat" nicknames--Lions, Tigers, Cougars--outnumber "dog" nicknames by more than two to one. Illustrations.

Cats Don't Bark

by Shane Hipps

At some point in life everyone is compelled to ask the primordial question--Why am I here? How we answer that question determines whether or not we will discover our true calling in life and harness our full professional, personal, and spiritual potential.Many counterfeit voices will offer an answer, but the one true voice whispers from the inside. CATS DON'T BARK provides powerful techniques to help the reader listen for the "One Voice" and find the courage to follow it. This is a book about discovering who we are, accepting who we are not, and cultivating the habits we need to discover and embrace who we were meant to be. e not, and cultivating the habits we need to discover and embrace who we were meant to be.

Cat's Eye

by Margaret Atwood

Controversial painter Elaine Risley returns from Vancouver for a retrospective of her work. Here, in Toronto, the city of her youth, she confronts the submerged layers of her past - her unconventional family, her eccentric and brilliant brother, the self-righteous Mrs. Smeath, and the two men Elaine later came to love in diverse and sometimes disastrous ways. But it is the enigmatic Cordelia, once her tormentor, then her best friend, whose elusive yet powerful presence in her life Elaine finally comes to understand. The realm of childhood and growing up, with its secrecies, cruelties, betrayals, and terrors, has never been so brilliantly evoked. By turns disquieting, humorous, compassionate, haunting and mordant, Cat's Eye is vintage Atwood.From the Hardcover edition.

Cats Have No Lord

by Will Shetterly

Surely going to the top of the world to ask the wisest one a question is an innocuous quest? Then, why is some one trying at all costs to prevent success?

Cats in the Belfry

by Doreen Tovey

Rediscover this lovable classic in a delightful new illustrated edition of these warm and witty cat tales, first published over forty years ago. Animal lovers Doreen Tovey and her husband Charles acquire their first Siamese kitten to rid themselves of an invasion of mice, although they worry about the cat attacking the birds. But Sugieh is not just any cat. She's an iron hand in a delicate, blue-pointed glove; an actress, a prima donna, an empress of cats, and she quickly establishes herself as queen of the house. Thus enslaved, the Toveys try to minimize the chaos Sugieh causes on a daily basis: chewing up telegrams, tearing holes into anything made out of wool, and screaming like a banshee. However things get more complicated once Sugieh decides she's ready to become the perfect mother. Then she and her adorable kittens devote themselves to tightening their grip on the household. You'll share Doreen Tovey's enthusiasm for animals and her infectious feeling of joy toward all the creatures in her household. Surrounded by the friendly astonishment of the village characters who populate the neighborhood, like Father Adams, the local rector--the Tovey household is here again with it's deep though sorely tried love of animals and its splendid portrayal of the country scene. The affectionate illustrations by artist Dan Brown, who specializes in animals, truly capture the essence of the Siamese, helping to bring both the stories and characters to life.

Cats in the Castle (Animal Ark Hauntings #9)

by Ben M. Baglio

Mandy Hope wins a weekend in a secluded castle. Then they notice the odd cat themed decor, but the owner Mrs. Hapgood insists there are no cats around. Will Mandy and James be able to get to the truth of it all?

Cat's Lair

by Christine Feehan

The #1 New York Times bestselling author of Leopard's Prey returns to the feral underworld of her astonishing Leopard novels in an arousing new romance of forbidden animal instincts... Cat Benoit has finally escaped the past--and the man who was the source of her nightmares. She's off the grid, underground but watchful, and creating a new life for herself in Texas, far from the torrid dangers of her native New Orleans. She's safe. He'll never find her this time. Cat has to believe that. It's the only thing keeping her sane.Yet she can't escape the attention of Ridley Cromer, the instructor at the martial arts dojo where Cat takes lessons. She arouses the animal in Ridley--and something feral comes to life when their body heat rises. Cat is in no position to let her guard down with anyone, especially someone who could be endangered by her past. But Ridley has secrets of his own--secrets only Cat would understand. If she dares to trust him.From the Paperback edition.

A Cat's Little Instruction Book

by Leigh W. Rutledge

Important advice and tips for every cat about town This well-known compendium of comic cat capers, which cat lovers will adore, is one of the bestselling Little Instruction Books and gives essential advice on how to be the best cat on the block. It will be in a new series of four stylishly redesigned Instruction Books (Life's, Dog's and Gardener's are the others in the series.) It looks into the personalities of cats and their infinite wisdom from 'Avoid Vacuum Cleaners' to ' Never try to stick your head through any opening that your whiskers won't clear easily'.

The Cat's Meow

by Emily Carmichael

Sparks (and fur!) fly both in and out of the courtroom in this sparkling new novel, second in Emily Carmichael's "Hearts of Gold" trilogy. . . When workaholic attorney McKenna Wright returns home from the hospital following a car accident, she has the sinking feeling that her road to recovery is going to be a long one. Her memory has more holes than a piece of swiss cheese; she can barely recall her own name, let alone the details of the big case she's been trying in court. And then there's the fact that her beloved cat, Nefertiti, has suddenly learned how to talk. Or is it that McKenna has suddenly learned how to listen? Not that she wants to hear what Titi is trying to tell her, because it just might turn her world even further upside down. Such as the fact that the music star she's been defending isn't all that innocent. And worse, that the hunky prosecutor McKenna condemned on sight is guilty of nothing more than his criminal good looks. But after losing her job and her house, and making no progress at finding her memory, McKenna needs all the help she can get to rebuild her life. She's determined to reclaim her fiercely independent former self, even if it means taking advice from her talking cat, listening to her bossy friends, or--worst of all--leaning just a little on the man she used to snub. Once her memory returns, she'll finally be able to put chatty felines and a certain entirely-too-handsome lawyer behind her so her life can return to normal. After all, normal is exactly what McKenna wants. . . isn't it? From the Paperback edition.

Cats (Nature's Children)

by Maggie Da Silva

Describes the physical characteristics, behavior, distribution, and care of various types of domestic cats.

The Cats Nobody Wanted

by Harriet May Savitz

When Franky realizes that he must find homes for a neighbor's cats, he finds unexpected help from others, but will he be able to adopt the cat he loves most?

Cats Of Our Lives

by Franklin Dohanyos

Memorable stories about people and their favorite felines are gathered here. Some of the contributors are well known, some are not, but all have in common a story to tell about a special cat who changed their lives.

Cats Of Our Lives

by Franklin Dohanyos

Memorable stories about people and their favorite felines are gathered here. Some of the contributors are well known, some are not, but all have in common a story to tell about a special cat who changed their lives.

The Cats of Tanglewood Forest

by Charles De Lint Charles Vess

The magic is all around you, if only you open your eyes....Lillian Kindred spends her days exploring the Tanglewood Forest, a magical, rolling wilderness that she imagines to be full of fairies. The trouble is, Lillian has never seen a wisp of magic in her hills--until the day the cats of the forest save her life by transforming her into a kitten. Now Lillian must set out on a perilous adventure that will lead her through untamed lands of fabled creatures--from Old Mother Possum to the fearsome Bear People--to find a way to make things right.In this whimsical, original folktale written and illustrated throughout in vibrant full color by two celebrated masters of modern fantasy, a young girl's journey becomes an enchanting coming-of-age story about magic, friendship, and the courage to shape one's own destiny.

The Cats of Thistle Hill: A Most Peaceable Kingdom

by Roger A. Caras

From the book jacket: The cats of Thistle Hill are the ten-plus cats who live with Roger Caras and his family on their farm in Maryland-along with dogs, horses, birds, cows, and even a llama. Thistle Hill itself is as much a character in The Cats of Thistle Hill as are the cats, with its secret tunnel, barn, pastures and streams, and the staff of workers who care for the thirty-odd animals and the farmhouse and surroundings full-time. In this charming book, cat lovers will meet some of the most memorable felines ever found between covers-Teddy, who holds court in a private room in Caras's house; Xnard, who survived an LSD experiment before being rescued by the the author's son; and Omari, a tomcat who brings back some pretty strange objects from his wanderings around Caras's farm. Each cat has a different history and each illustrates some truths about what cats need and expect from us and what we need and expect from cats. Throughout the book are photographs of the animals of Thistle Hill and of the daily routine of life on the farm. The Cats of Thistle Hill also provides fascinating information for cat owners or those who are thinking about ownership, including valuable sections on feline breeds, behavior, and diseases, with plenty of practical information on topics such as choosing a cat, neutering and spaying, and immunizations. Animal lovers of all kinds will find much to enjoy in The Cats of Thistle Hill With wit and humor, and in charming and telling detail, Roger Caras offers a memorable account of life in the "mostly peaceable kingdom" of Thistle Hill. ROGER A. CARAS is the eighteenth president of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the ASPCA, the oldest humane organization in the Western Hemisphere. Prior to taking on the leadership of the "A," he was with ABC Network for seventeen years, the only correspondent with any network to have the title Special Correspondent for Animals and the Environment. He is the author of more than sixty books. A selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club

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