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ISBN:1840246553
Author: Doreen Tovey
ISBN13: 978-1840246551
Title: A Comfort of Cats (Doreen Tovey)
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Language: English
Category: Pets and Animal Care
Publisher: Summersdale; Reprint edition (May 1, 2008)
Pages: 192

A Comfort of Cats (Doreen Tovey) by Doreen Tovey



Book 8 of 9 in the Feline Frolics Series. I've loved Doreen Tovey since I was a pre-teen, keeping Siamese cats, and laughing and enjoying them and the people who love them. She's so funny and real. I love trying to figure out the Brittish-isms, phrases that are unfamiliar to me, but still universal.

If you loved Doreen Tovey's Cats in the Belfry you won't want to miss the sequel, Cats in Ma. his witty and stylish tale will have animal lovers giggling to the very last page'.

A Comfort of Cats book. Tucked away in an idyllic corner of the West Country, you’d think. I love all of Doreen Tovey's books. This one revolves around their Siamese cats, Shebalu, and Saska. called Sass, for short. Annabel, the donkey, of course, is still around. The villagers are still gossiping, and shaking their heads, about the latest 'goings-ons' up at the Tovey place. Doreen was born in Bristol on 24 October 1918. At this time a flu epidemic was raging and her mother died from this leaving her two week old daughter to be brought up by her Grandmother, as her father, being an engineer, was away from home for long periods of time. It was this upbringing that introduced Doreen to a variety of pets, as Grandmother was an inveterate rescuer of anything in need. Togeth Doreen was born in Bristol on 24 October 1918.

A Comfort Of Cats (1980). About book: Tucked away in an idyllic corner of the West Country, you’d think Doreen and her husband Charles would be enjoying a peaceful life – but far from it. Their wily Siamese companions still keep them on their toes. The Toveys are presented with a new problem when the local cattery closes down.

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Topics Tovey, Doreen, Authors, English, Women cat owners, Cats, Siamese cat, Large type books. PublisherHampton, . Collectioninlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsorKahle/Austin Foundation. ContributorInternet Archive. Large print non-fiction"-Cover.

Publisher: Summersdale. As Saska grows ever more boisterous, he develops monkey-like climbing abilities, a knack for opening doors and a somewhat inconvenient obsession with wool. With Annabel the self-willed donkey, Father Adams and a host of gossiping villagers, this is a beguiling tale to enchant and amuse. Biography & Memoirs.

I first discovered Doreen Tovey's books about Siamese cats and other animals a long, long time ago, so I was delighted to find recently that some of the books are now back in print. Spanning a period of around 50 years (her first book, Cats in the Belfry, was written in 1957) Doreen's autobiographical novels describe her life in the Somerset countryside with her Siamese cats and husband René (better known in her books as Charles). A cast of two- and four-legged characters

Tucked away in an idyllic corner of the West Country, you'd think Doreen and her husband Charles would be enjoying a peaceful lifebut far from it.

Tucked away in an idyllic corner of the West Country, you'd think Doreen and her husband Charles would be enjoying a peaceful life—but far from it. Their wily Siamese companions still keep them on their toes. The Toveys are presented with a new problem when the local cattery closes down. Where will they leave Saska and Shebalu when they go on holiday? And so they buy a caravan to take the cats away with them, only to discover that packing up and leaving home is far from a holiday when seal-points are involved. As Saska grows ever more boisterous, he develops monkey-like climbing abilities, a knack for opening doors, and a somewhat inconvenient obsession with wool. With Annabel the self-willed donkey, Father Adams, and a host of gossiping villagers, this is a beguiling tale to enchant and amuse.
Reviews: 7
Hugifyn
Doreen Tovey's books have been a favourite with me for nearly forty years. She writes about her darling cats and donkey with such humour, I often laugh out loud. I never get sick of reading these books and have downloaded them to my Kindle so that I can keep on re-reading them and so has my daughter. We've all lost beloved pets and Doreen takes us through the highs and lows with such charm and wit that it is impossible to be sad for too long. Feel good books for all ages. (Especially if your neighbours think you are a bit barmy)
FLIDER
This is a fabulous book! It is no longer printed in the hard bound version with the original artist &a well worth the price!! Thanks so much!!
Conjukus
Lovely book just like everything this beautiful woman ever penned. The love she and her husband had for all living creatures is something we should all take note of. And of course, it's hilarious.
Quinthy
Sweet read.
Ces
Great!
Rias
I've loved Doreen Tovey since I was a pre-teen, keeping Siamese cats, and laughing and enjoying them and the people who love them. She's so funny and real. I love trying to figure out the Brittish-isms, phrases that are unfamiliar to me, but still universal.
FRAY
The Tovey's are eccentric to say the least, but the warmth and wit of Doreen Tovey's writing make her books a joy to read.