Pilgrim: Tales of a Traveling Cat

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AuthorHouse, Mar 16, 2009 - Humor - 68 pages
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Pilgrim, Tales of a Traveling Cat is a cat's eye view of the life, travels, and adventures of an urbane feline sophisticate in the world of his favorite humans.  Although only the uncharitable would call Pilgrim a "hustler" when he meets his new family in an animal shelter, he's already in charge, riding on the vet's shoulder.  Pilgrim is clearly a "people" cat, but he's still a cat and he's soon running the new digs, defending his garden wall against intruders, falling down storm drains, devoting himself to his humans, and winning them-and us-over.
 

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Contents

For seventeen years
1
As the car was safely
7
At the age of seven months
12
Opening the screen door
14
Driving out from New Jersey
18
One of my miniwishes
22
In the autumn of 1990
27
Slowly over the next two years
30
Carlsbad
38
With my newfound maturity
44
In the twilight years
47
In all my numerous lives
52
Thinking about full moons
55
Epilogue
57
About the Author
59
Copyright

As I grew older
35

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Pilgrim, Tales of a Traveling Cat is a cat's eye view of the life, travels, and adventures of an urbane feline sophisticate in the world of his favorite humans.  Although only the uncharitable would call Pilgrim a "hustler" when he meets his new family in an animal shelter, he's already in charge, riding on the vet's shoulder.  Pilgrim is clearly a "people" cat, but he's still a cat and he's soon running the new digs, defending his garden wall against intruders, falling down storm drains, devoting himself to his humans, and winning them-and us-over.

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