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Cats first purred their way into human hearts thousands of years ago, and have been our treasured companions and soul mates ever since. Whether impish kittens, regal adult cats or serene seniors, it's impossible for us to remain indifferent to them--especially at 4 A.M. when the food bowl runs dry! So smile at their many "c'attitudes," and feed your feline passion by "purr Cats first purred their way into human hearts thousands of years ago, and have been our treasured companions and soul mates ever since. Whether impish kittens, regal adult cats or serene seniors, it's impossible for us to remain indifferent to them--especially at 4 A.M. when the food bowl runs dry! So smile at their many "c'attitudes," and feed your feline passion by "purr-using" wonderful stories like these: A Russian blue comforts his mourning owner by faithfully bringing her flowers An heroic red tabby Manx saves the family he loves from a lethal gas leak in their home A Devon rex with extraordinary talents--including playing the piano--expands people's notions of what a cat can do A fish-loving shorthair nearly loses his head while scavenging in the garbage disposal--but lives to meow about it A three-legged kitty befriends a lonely third-grade girl, transforming her world and inspiring her future success in life From playful and hilarious accounts of life with cats to heartwarming tales of cat courage, healing and learning, each touching story in Chicken Soup for the Cat Lover's Soul celebrates the special bond we share with our cats.


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Cats first purred their way into human hearts thousands of years ago, and have been our treasured companions and soul mates ever since. Whether impish kittens, regal adult cats or serene seniors, it's impossible for us to remain indifferent to them--especially at 4 A.M. when the food bowl runs dry! So smile at their many "c'attitudes," and feed your feline passion by "purr Cats first purred their way into human hearts thousands of years ago, and have been our treasured companions and soul mates ever since. Whether impish kittens, regal adult cats or serene seniors, it's impossible for us to remain indifferent to them--especially at 4 A.M. when the food bowl runs dry! So smile at their many "c'attitudes," and feed your feline passion by "purr-using" wonderful stories like these: A Russian blue comforts his mourning owner by faithfully bringing her flowers An heroic red tabby Manx saves the family he loves from a lethal gas leak in their home A Devon rex with extraordinary talents--including playing the piano--expands people's notions of what a cat can do A fish-loving shorthair nearly loses his head while scavenging in the garbage disposal--but lives to meow about it A three-legged kitty befriends a lonely third-grade girl, transforming her world and inspiring her future success in life From playful and hilarious accounts of life with cats to heartwarming tales of cat courage, healing and learning, each touching story in Chicken Soup for the Cat Lover's Soul celebrates the special bond we share with our cats.

30 review for Chicken Soup for the Cat Lover's Soul: Stories of Feline Affection, Mystery and Charm

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jess the Shelf-Declared Bibliophile

    A beautiful collection of stories about the cats that change and better our lives. I’ll readily admit to being a cat person over a dog person any day. I do love my dog, of course, but I’ve always had a special bond with cats. I do admit I’d like to give a little smack for whoever thought it was a good idea to include a Farewell chapter full of deaths. Definitely have the tissues nearby while reading!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Beth Brekke

    There is not a lot to be said here as most readers are familiar with the Chicken Soup For The Soul franchise. If you love cats as I do, you should enjoy this collection of feline inspired vignettes. I admit I skimmed over the "Farewell My Love" section; I'm sure they were wonderful stories but I didn't feel the need to add to my own personal pet sorrows. Most of my favorite stories are highlighted on the back cover including the cat getting stuck in the garbage disposal and the one who saves the There is not a lot to be said here as most readers are familiar with the Chicken Soup For The Soul franchise. If you love cats as I do, you should enjoy this collection of feline inspired vignettes. I admit I skimmed over the "Farewell My Love" section; I'm sure they were wonderful stories but I didn't feel the need to add to my own personal pet sorrows. Most of my favorite stories are highlighted on the back cover including the cat getting stuck in the garbage disposal and the one who saves their owner's home and life from an imminent gas explosion. There are many more touching stories including one about changing the life of a young boy with a bad attitude. They do tend to run together and get forgotten so this book is best kept at hand for reading a story here and there or rereading them when the mood strikes.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kirsti

    So this year my reading goal is going to be a little different; yes I want to read new releases and new books that come my way, but I'm also going to try and take a few of the books that have been sitting the longest on my to-read and finally complete them! This book was number two on that list! I always love a Chicken Soup book, but this one simply never appeared in physical form for me. When I made my decision, I decided to download it on my Kindle just so I could finally read it. It has all th So this year my reading goal is going to be a little different; yes I want to read new releases and new books that come my way, but I'm also going to try and take a few of the books that have been sitting the longest on my to-read and finally complete them! This book was number two on that list! I always love a Chicken Soup book, but this one simply never appeared in physical form for me. When I made my decision, I decided to download it on my Kindle just so I could finally read it. It has all the charm of every other Chicken Soup book I've read, and I honestly believe there is a book in this series for everyone. I read the cat and dog books, but they cover all kinds of subjects too. All of the stories are personal and touching, and some are written in different ways to shake things up. Some are absolute tear jerkers; fair warning. Some make you go and kiss your cats on their furry little foreheads just because. Basically this is a marvelous book in a brilliant series! Five stars!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Touching, heartfelt stories. Always enjoy Chicken Soup for the Soul installments. This one had me snuggling my kitty close, never wanting to let go.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    Hello everyone! I decided to help out and write this review for my mom. I’m Jupiter. I’m 10 years old. I am a very handsome orange tabby. I suggest this book to every cat who has a slightly emotional mother. It will guarantee lots of petting. My mom always likes to pet me when she is sad, mad, upset, etc. She would read a story or two out of this book and then totally burst into tears, usually cuz some cat died. I feel bad for the cat who died, but it was the most glorious thing to hear my mom c Hello everyone! I decided to help out and write this review for my mom. I’m Jupiter. I’m 10 years old. I am a very handsome orange tabby. I suggest this book to every cat who has a slightly emotional mother. It will guarantee lots of petting. My mom always likes to pet me when she is sad, mad, upset, etc. She would read a story or two out of this book and then totally burst into tears, usually cuz some cat died. I feel bad for the cat who died, but it was the most glorious thing to hear my mom calling, “Jupiter! Ju-ey! I need you!! (sob sob)” I would dutifully run to her and let her pet me for as long as she needed to. Yep, that was rough. So, I thought that I would write an inspirational story about myself. Perhaps they will want to publish this in the next edition. My Triumphant Climb, by Jupiter Snow My mom was feeling bummed and tired this morning. My brother, Rocco, was just sleeping in the bathroom, using a roll of toilet paper as a pillow. He was not helping her out at all. So I knew I needed to step up and make her smile. I have struggled with my weight for many years. My vet says that I am a 12 pound cat in a 20 pound body. It’s hard for me to get around sometimes. I can’t jump up on things like other cats can. So, when I try to do that stuff it always looks funny. But for my mom, I was willing to look like a dork. I decided that instead of getting to the bed on top of my scratching post the normal way (a short jump from the floor), I would jump from the kitchen table. I can easily get on top of the table if the chairs are not all pushed in. Today someone had been sneaky and tucked the chairs all the way under the table, which I didn’t actually notice until I jumped on the chair and bumped my head. So I had to squeeze my belly through a pretty narrow spot and then use my arms to pull myself up onto the table. I heard her start to giggle. It is really hard to get on the table when you are squished against a chair. I might have grunted a little bit, which made her laugh some more. I finally dragged myself all the way up. I swear I could hear 'Eye of the Tiger' (my favorite song) playing in the background! It was so awesome! I was on top of the world! And my mom laughed! Then I made the several foot jump to my scratching post bed. I stuck the landing and settled in for my day-long nap. My mom laughed her pants off! And…she petted me! See…this is indeed the greatest book ever!

  6. 5 out of 5

    LibraryCin

    3.5 stars I think everyone knows what the “Chicken Soup” books are – little “feel good” stories on whatever the topic is for that book. Mostly, these were good while I read them, but I’ve also already forgotten most of them. There is one I will definitely remember – the cat (he is ok, and we are told that at the beginning of the story) who got his head stuck in the garburator! While reading, I had planned on 3.5 stars (good), but only a day later, I can only remember the one story. I will stick w 3.5 stars I think everyone knows what the “Chicken Soup” books are – little “feel good” stories on whatever the topic is for that book. Mostly, these were good while I read them, but I’ve also already forgotten most of them. There is one I will definitely remember – the cat (he is ok, and we are told that at the beginning of the story) who got his head stuck in the garburator! While reading, I had planned on 3.5 stars (good), but only a day later, I can only remember the one story. I will stick with how I felt about the book while reading (which is usually how I rate, anyway).

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    Hard to give a solid review of a Chicken Soup book, because it contains so many different things. I laughed, I cried, I snuggled my kitty. I learned about amazing things that cats have done and ways that they have brought joy and love to people who know them. My mother gave me this book for Christmas because she knew I would like it and I did -- good job mom. Kitty was pretty sure I should be spending my time loving her, playing with her, and attending to her every wish and whim instead of readi Hard to give a solid review of a Chicken Soup book, because it contains so many different things. I laughed, I cried, I snuggled my kitty. I learned about amazing things that cats have done and ways that they have brought joy and love to people who know them. My mother gave me this book for Christmas because she knew I would like it and I did -- good job mom. Kitty was pretty sure I should be spending my time loving her, playing with her, and attending to her every wish and whim instead of reading the book -- but she thinks that about every book, so don't go by her opinion.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    I'm a cat person. I currently have two of my own and could only wish for more. So, on this streak of Chicken Soup books that I've been reading lately, it only seemed appropriate to read the Cat Lover's Soul book. Chicken Soup for the Cat Lover's Soul is filled with the normal short stories of the Chicken Soup series. They are broken down into different chapters titled, "On Love", "Celebrating the Bond", "A Furry RX", "Cat-Egorically Wonderful", "Cats as Teachers", "Farewell, My Love", "Rescue Me! I'm a cat person. I currently have two of my own and could only wish for more. So, on this streak of Chicken Soup books that I've been reading lately, it only seemed appropriate to read the Cat Lover's Soul book. Chicken Soup for the Cat Lover's Soul is filled with the normal short stories of the Chicken Soup series. They are broken down into different chapters titled, "On Love", "Celebrating the Bond", "A Furry RX", "Cat-Egorically Wonderful", "Cats as Teachers", "Farewell, My Love", "Rescue Me!", and "One of the Family." Each of these chapters has several short stories relating to the themes and of course, they are all about cats. There are stories of adopting special cats, cats alerting their owners to danger or illness, and many other things. I especially liked the story "The Call of the Lobster" about a cat who talks to a special toy, because one of my mom's cats does the same thing with a fuzzy ball she carries around. I knew she was strange, but at least she's not alone in her strangeness. There were other stories I didn't like though, like the one about a lady who rescued a cat with FIV and then after treating it at the vet let it roam with her other cats (yes FIV can be contained and treated, but it can be infectious and it seemed an unnecessary risk to her other cats). I'm of the opinion that all cats are pretty wonderful. It's the owners that I sometimes don't care for. There are a lot of people out there that are just cruel to animals (including a story in this book where four teenage boys are practicing target shooting on a cat) and it hurts to read about people like that. Granted, there are just as many if not more wonderful people in this book who adopt cats and take care of them, so it does have that redeeming quality to it. But really, it's the cats that make this book worthwhile and it showcases them. I will admit that there were quite a few stories in here that made me laugh or cry. The cat getting its head stuck in the garbage disposer (it was rescued successfully) made me giggle. But, despite there being a specific chapter for cat death "Farewell, My Love", kitty death was rampant through this book. I'm fairly convinced that the people at Chicken Soup aren't happy unless there's a death of a person, animal, plant, whatever, every ten pages or so in their books. Not sure what's so inspiring about that, but they've sold a lot of books so it much be working. I just wish there was more life than death in these books, especially this one since I appreciate my kitties being alive and don't want to think about their eventual deaths right now. Still, they had a lot of good stories in this book. Overall this is one of the better Chicken Soup books. As a cat lover, I did enjoy it and read it in one sitting. Chicken Soup for the Cat Lover's Soul Copyright 2005 378 pages Review by M. Reynard 2013 More of my reviews can be found at www.ifithaswords.blogspot.com

  9. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    I listened to this book as I was going to sleep, and had it go to sleep after a short time. I loved the stories, and many of them made me cry, as I recalled stories about our own beloved pets. We miss them very much, but my husband is allergic to cats, and he is breathing easier without them in our home. We also didn't think it was fair to bring more cats into our home, and perhaps outlive them. It would hurt me to think of beloved pets without someone to love them. Anyway, I really enjoyed hear I listened to this book as I was going to sleep, and had it go to sleep after a short time. I loved the stories, and many of them made me cry, as I recalled stories about our own beloved pets. We miss them very much, but my husband is allergic to cats, and he is breathing easier without them in our home. We also didn't think it was fair to bring more cats into our home, and perhaps outlive them. It would hurt me to think of beloved pets without someone to love them. Anyway, I really enjoyed hearing the stories of beloved pets.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    A cute collection of feline-based stories!

  11. 4 out of 5

    McGuffy Morris

    This is a special collection of true stories, all centered on our feline friends and their undeniable "purrsonality". Divided into sections, the stories vary in age of cat and the lesson or moral of each story. There is definitely something for every cat lover in this wonderful book. Each account is heartfelt and will leave you feeling good. I the section on Love, Oscar the Garbage Can Kitty, lived in a garbage can. Then he ends up moving into the hearts and home of some kind people. I connected w This is a special collection of true stories, all centered on our feline friends and their undeniable "purrsonality". Divided into sections, the stories vary in age of cat and the lesson or moral of each story. There is definitely something for every cat lover in this wonderful book. Each account is heartfelt and will leave you feeling good. I the section on Love, Oscar the Garbage Can Kitty, lived in a garbage can. Then he ends up moving into the hearts and home of some kind people. I connected with this story because I knew a cat like this in my lifetime. Other sections include Celebrating the Bond, A Furry RX, Rescue Me, and One of the Family. Each section has several stories of the special friendship and bond between human and cat. The feline personality and intelligence is showcased and celebrated. This book is indeed "Chicken Soup for the Cat Lover's Soul". It is a book to savour, share, and read again.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Octavia22

    I found the book interesting. It's filled with touching stories that remind me of my cat who's a rascal. I think most people would like this book (Unless they don't like cats.).If you’re a fast reader like I am I’d suggest this book for a cool down. It doesn’t leave you hanging so you can read a story eat lunch and read the next story. I've read a lot of cat stories but this book defiantly has some of my favorites. In one of the stories a group of soldiers were in their hide out when a cat came I found the book interesting. It's filled with touching stories that remind me of my cat who's a rascal. I think most people would like this book (Unless they don't like cats.).If you’re a fast reader like I am I’d suggest this book for a cool down. It doesn’t leave you hanging so you can read a story eat lunch and read the next story. I've read a lot of cat stories but this book defiantly has some of my favorites. In one of the stories a group of soldiers were in their hide out when a cat came and the cat became their mascot. That was my favorite. Some of the stories I find hard to believe because it seems so unreal but like they say cats have nine lives. Normally you’d think nonfiction is boring stuff but not this book, so if you’re told to read a non-fiction book I suggest this one.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I watch kitten and cat videos regularly. Cat and kitten memes appear regularly on my Facebook feed. I live with three cats. I was traveling and needed something I could read during travel breaks. This fit the bill. As is usual with Chicken Soup books, I laughed and cried as I read. I must have gone through about 1/4 of a box of Puffs. This book had fewer cartoons than I'm used to seeing in a Chicken Soup book but it fit the bill of everything I wanted in a book to read while traveling. I always r I watch kitten and cat videos regularly. Cat and kitten memes appear regularly on my Facebook feed. I live with three cats. I was traveling and needed something I could read during travel breaks. This fit the bill. As is usual with Chicken Soup books, I laughed and cried as I read. I must have gone through about 1/4 of a box of Puffs. This book had fewer cartoons than I'm used to seeing in a Chicken Soup book but it fit the bill of everything I wanted in a book to read while traveling. I always recommend Chick Soup books for those times you have just a few minutes to read or just need to good reason to get in touch with your emotions.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    I've never been shy about pledging my allegiance to dogs over cats, but I did find these cat stories in short doses to be of my liking. Having never owned a cat, I only know what I do about their nature from books like this and the stories I've heard from my cat-loving friends. These stories did a great deal to educate me, and while I don't see myself adopting one anytime soon, they showed me that cats can be just as loving, friendly, and heroic as dogs, though they make show these things in com I've never been shy about pledging my allegiance to dogs over cats, but I did find these cat stories in short doses to be of my liking. Having never owned a cat, I only know what I do about their nature from books like this and the stories I've heard from my cat-loving friends. These stories did a great deal to educate me, and while I don't see myself adopting one anytime soon, they showed me that cats can be just as loving, friendly, and heroic as dogs, though they make show these things in completely different ways.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Theodora R. R.

    This book was heart-warming, funny, and--at times--sad. It's full of stories about cats. Cats who have saved lives, cats who have made a difference in someone's life... there was even a cat who stayed with a troop of soldiers in Iraq until they returned to the United States (the story "Saving Private Hammer"). Any animal lover would enjoy this book. Trust me, if you like animals, you won't be disappointed with this book. This book was heart-warming, funny, and--at times--sad. It's full of stories about cats. Cats who have saved lives, cats who have made a difference in someone's life... there was even a cat who stayed with a troop of soldiers in Iraq until they returned to the United States (the story "Saving Private Hammer"). Any animal lover would enjoy this book. Trust me, if you like animals, you won't be disappointed with this book.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Noechel

    This is cheating, a bit, because I wrote the piece, "Romeo and Juliet", a story of two ferals, included in this book. I hope readers enjoy this true story of an extraordinary act of feline bravery and loyalty. The latter is a word seldom used when describing cat, but I think that we underestimate our cats' fierce fidelity when desperate situations arise. Thanks for reading! This is cheating, a bit, because I wrote the piece, "Romeo and Juliet", a story of two ferals, included in this book. I hope readers enjoy this true story of an extraordinary act of feline bravery and loyalty. The latter is a word seldom used when describing cat, but I think that we underestimate our cats' fierce fidelity when desperate situations arise. Thanks for reading!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Camarta

    Great if you love cats :) I myself love cats and so naturally, I cried a lot while reading this book. Great real stories from real people! Made me just want to snuggle my kitty all day. This book really embraces the beauty of animals and I think a book like this deserves great recognition. Power to the animals!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Axel Corlobe

    This book's main idea was cats have the same feelings as humans. When their owners are sad, they play around with them when they are happy they fill up with joy when their owners have fun with them. They are just like having another friend/family member that always want to have a good time all the time. This book's main idea was cats have the same feelings as humans. When their owners are sad, they play around with them when they are happy they fill up with joy when their owners have fun with them. They are just like having another friend/family member that always want to have a good time all the time.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Maris Bennett

    A heartwarming read which you will enjoy if you are a feline fanatic. These essays run the gamut from sad to hilarious, and everything in between. Some will make you angry. Many will leave you crying and remembering your own long-passed cats. I would suggest this as a gift for the cat lovers in your lives, and keep a copy for your own collection.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Erin Brady

    This is an incredibly touching series of stories about the amazing exploits of the feline species. I identified so much with some of these stories, while others warmed my heart and made me look forward to the future years with my cats. I love the Chicken Soup For the Soul books!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Pamela S

    This book is such a pleasure and heartwarming one to read. Some stories are just too amazing to believe that it's a true story; just reading it could instantly lift my mood. After reading this, i think i'm ready to welcome another litter of kittens to my mansion! This book is such a pleasure and heartwarming one to read. Some stories are just too amazing to believe that it's a true story; just reading it could instantly lift my mood. After reading this, i think i'm ready to welcome another litter of kittens to my mansion!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Krwpackfan

    I loved this book. Many great stories!! A must read for all cat lovers!!

  23. 5 out of 5

    SouthWestZippy

    Great book for a cat lover. Some sad, some uplifting and some happy ending stories.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    I feel like you know what you're getting with the "Chicken Soup" books, and you either like these wholesome anthologies, or you don't. They're not my first choice—I think I'll always prefer getting lost in longer works of fiction—but I enjoyed reading through these stories that covered a range of tones. The short chapters are probably better for reading in spurts over a longer period, as I found it harder to stay focused with the changing stories when I tried to tackle full sections at a time. M I feel like you know what you're getting with the "Chicken Soup" books, and you either like these wholesome anthologies, or you don't. They're not my first choice—I think I'll always prefer getting lost in longer works of fiction—but I enjoyed reading through these stories that covered a range of tones. The short chapters are probably better for reading in spurts over a longer period, as I found it harder to stay focused with the changing stories when I tried to tackle full sections at a time. Mostly, these snippets of cat-lover life made me miss my own fur babies and all their antics... and made me tear up far more than I care to admit!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Francy Mirabella

    I loved ALL the stories in this book and discovered that a lot of really talented writers choose to write about their feline friends! There are funny stories; sad stories; cute stories; every kind of feline inspired story you can imagine. I love the fact you can read a few stories (if you are crunched for time) put the book down, then go back to it whenever you want. Like I said, the quality of writing is excellent...this was my first experience with a "chicken soup" book and I was not disappoi I loved ALL the stories in this book and discovered that a lot of really talented writers choose to write about their feline friends! There are funny stories; sad stories; cute stories; every kind of feline inspired story you can imagine. I love the fact you can read a few stories (if you are crunched for time) put the book down, then go back to it whenever you want. Like I said, the quality of writing is excellent...this was my first experience with a "chicken soup" book and I was not disappointed! This book makes a great gift for any cat lover.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen Herb

    It was good to hold a concrete book in my hand, rather than reading from the internet, after all these weeks of quarantine! But the stories are really lovely, and as I’ve lost 3 cats in the last year, it was a good cathartic experience. (One was 21 years old, the other two were outside cats who suddenly disappeared). There are some stories that almost seem a stretch, (cats warning their owners of a gas leak, etc.), but they all share the same element; a love for these sweet innocent creatures. F It was good to hold a concrete book in my hand, rather than reading from the internet, after all these weeks of quarantine! But the stories are really lovely, and as I’ve lost 3 cats in the last year, it was a good cathartic experience. (One was 21 years old, the other two were outside cats who suddenly disappeared). There are some stories that almost seem a stretch, (cats warning their owners of a gas leak, etc.), but they all share the same element; a love for these sweet innocent creatures. Fun to read!

  27. 5 out of 5

    ☆A.J.☆

    If you aren't a cat person, this book is garanteed to make one out of you with it's large assortment of short stories that are lovable in various ways. One of the interesting things about the book that the stories are thematically catergorized with each ending story from a closing chapter retaining qualities of both sandwiching themes, which I thought was a clever editorial move to say the least. If you aren't a cat person, this book is garanteed to make one out of you with it's large assortment of short stories that are lovable in various ways. One of the interesting things about the book that the stories are thematically catergorized with each ending story from a closing chapter retaining qualities of both sandwiching themes, which I thought was a clever editorial move to say the least.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Christy

    This was the first of the Chicken Aoup books that I've ever read. It was different than what I was expecting. I thought it would be a "warm fuzzy" of a book, but honestly , I found it very sad and stressful. The authors of the short stories clearly "get" cats, but I found most of them too sad to really be enjoyable. Not sure I'd read another one of these books. This was the first of the Chicken Aoup books that I've ever read. It was different than what I was expecting. I thought it would be a "warm fuzzy" of a book, but honestly , I found it very sad and stressful. The authors of the short stories clearly "get" cats, but I found most of them too sad to really be enjoyable. Not sure I'd read another one of these books.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    This book was one of the better "Chicken Soup For the Soul" books I've read. I typically don't like the tone of this series. This particular book, had me laughing, crying, and was just an all-around good read. This book was one of the better "Chicken Soup For the Soul" books I've read. I typically don't like the tone of this series. This particular book, had me laughing, crying, and was just an all-around good read.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Alyssiacorbett

    I just started reading this book Chicken 🐔 soup 🍲 for the Cat 🐈 lovers Soul, : Date: 2-3-2021, this book 📚 was delivered on 1/30/2021, I am on page #1 chapter #1, will continue my review when I get further into the book 📚.

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