One Cat

Rated 5.00/5 based on 5 reviews
Friendship doesn't end at the Rainbow Bridge.

One Cat will make you giggle, break your heart and rebuild it bigger and stronger than ever. Its sixty deceptively simple illustrations tell a complex, wordless tale that is experienced rather than read. More

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About Petrie Serrano

Petrie Serrano is a New Yorker who came to Georgia by way of South Dakota. She finally settled not far from the Appalachian Trail with her husband, her son, two live cats, several uninvited scorpions-- and a ghost cat named Loki who graciously takes the blame for eating all the fresh cookies.

Watch for "Where No Cat Has Gone Before" in late spring, 2014.

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Review by: Linda Arditto on April 17, 2014 :
What a wonderful visual story. Filled with emotion where no words are needed. Petrie Serrano has a talent that is rare. One could only give 5 stars and higher for this fantastic piece of work.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: carol345 on March 05, 2014 :
Very Cute and well done. This book hits on every emotion that I have gone through with my pet - and the one that I dread. I'm sitting at my computer the day after my cats' 12th birthday - crying because we all know it's coming sooner than later...but you get your Angel that leads you to the next great thing in your life. Bravo - I can't wait to share this!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: K. Wilson on Dec. 21, 2013 :
I love this story, even though it makes me cry every time I read it!

When Petrie was first publishing it one picture at a time, some of the saddest bits coincided with my own elderly ginger cat's health problems, which made it extra-poignant. Fortunately MoCat pulled through, so he and this book had a happy ending :)
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Andrew Hinkinson on Nov. 28, 2013 :
This is a simply amazing, utterly charming story without words. It doesn't need them, everything being conveyed in the beautiful illustrations. The reader is taken on such an incredible emotional journey from joy to grief to bereavement and then joy again. It's no mean feat to achieve all this. It's a book for adults and children alike. I can definitetly recommend it to a global audience, given that there are no language barriers to overcome. I can also see small children enjoying the story, being hugged close by parents or guardians at the sad parts and then feeling happier by the end of the story. It has an educational aspect for small children, helping them learn some things in life that are not easy for us as adults to teach. A wonderful, warm tale. I recommend it without hesitation for its charm and inventiveness and emotional honesty.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Katarr Kanticles Press on Nov. 26, 2013 :
This supercute comic will make you smile and tear up, even without words, and can help small children to understand a life lesson.

Love it, except it does always make me tear up. *sniffles*
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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