Treasure Link: Adventures of a Hemingway Cat

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AuthorHouse, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 162 pages

Treasure Link

Adventures of a Hemingway Cat

Meredith Eastwood

There is no turning back for Buffett, a seven-toed cat, after he escapes from a popular Key West cat show. Frustrated by the vicious teasing of other cats for his deformed paws and inability to perform tricks, he decides to search for the Hemingway House, a place where polydactyl cats can live in peace. When Gil, a mysterious pirate cat, gives him a gold treasure link, Buffett is drawn into encounters with several out-of-the-ordinary animals. He learns about a community rich in history, yet also challenged by environmental issues that endanger the lives of some of the animals who befriend him. But all is not as it seems. He discovers the existence of the Alliance, a secret group of cats who also wear gold treasure links. As evil villains and challenges test his courage, Buffett discovers the secrets of his past and a destiny he could not have imagined.


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After an inspiring visit to the Ernest Hemingway House in Key West, Meredith Eastwood-a veteran teacher, counselor, and outdoor educator-began writing fanciful stories about Buffett, the Hemingway cat. For more than twenty years, she has enjoyed scuba diving, kayaking, and traveling through the Florida Keys. Wanting to protect her "soul home," she has become an avid supporter of Keys environmental organizations that rescue, rehab, and care for animals and wildlife. Treasure Link is her first book. Ms. Eastwood lives in Indianapolis, Indiana with Buffett, a seven-toed cat.Eduardo Antonio Rodriguez, Key West artist, illustrated Treasure Link. He is well-known for his unique acrylics and watercolors, and his creative use of three-dimensional materials depicting life in the Florida Keys. His work is displayed in several galleries and at Mallory Square during the sunset celebrations.

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