In this delightful treasury of 25 stories, celebrated author of cat tales, Stella Whitelaw, introduces an irresistible company of single-minded, adventurous felines. The story of 'Tootsie' tells the tale of a vicar's cat whose.
September 2000 : UK Hardback.
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Stella Whitelaw (born 1941) is a British writer and journalist, who has published 58 novels, as well as over 400 short stories in national women's magazines. She was Secretary of the Parliamentary Press Gallery at the House of Commons and lives in Surrey. She was awarded an MBE in 2001 for services to journalism. She won the Art of Writing competition in the London Magazine, judged by Sheridan Morley and the Elizabeth Goudge Cup at Guildford University.
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The cat is hiding in the rocks under an old boat down on the small harbour. They seem to understand each other. The care and rescue of this feral dominates Tessa’s life. Many challenges await. Can Tessa manage the impossible – to bell a cat? (Author’s note: 'Belling A Cat' is a proverb which means trying to achieve something virtually impossible.
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