This is the story of how our senior cat Au came whisker-close to death and then recovered - thanks in part to a new miracle drug that kills the FIV virus. As Au is usually a very cheerful cat, this collection also includes stories of how he rules us all with a velvet paw. There is also a section of general health tips for new cat owners.
This is a collection of 15 tales that chronicle how Target the kitten becomes a junior companion to Au, a clever, inventive but sometimes grouchy senior cat.
They include the tale of how Target dislocated his paw and his subsequent journey back to health, and of how Au's fascination with water led to the humans of the family having sleepless nights.
This is a collection of 15 tales that celebrate the antics of the wise yet wily Scoop, and his sturdy and inventive cat companion Au.
It includes Sofa Wars, an epic battle between the author and Au for possession of the best seat in the house, and Your Neighbourhood Nosy Parker where Scoop resorts to some nifty tactics in order to keep tabs on his friends next door.
I enjoyed this book. My favourites were Douglas J. Westberg witty "How to Recognize Me if I Try to Contact You from the Afterlife", Greg Schiller's "The Cat Box" that reminded me of some people I know, and Sheila Deeth's "Excalibur" and Ms. Lee P's "The Dogs of Doom and Steampunk Grandma" that were properly quirky. I'mnot usually a fan of poetry but "She's All of These" by John Beck was excellent. Worth a look!