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Cats in the Belfry - audiobook

Cats in the Belfry - audiobook
Cats in the Belfry - audiobook
Doreen Tovey
Matrix Digital Publishing
It wasn’t that Sugieh was particularly wicked. It was just that she was a Siamese.’ Animal lovers Doreen Tovey and her husband acquire their first Siamese kitten to rid themselves of an invasion of mice. But Sugieh is not just any cat. She’s an actress, a prima donna, an iron hand in a delicate, blue-pointed glove. Sugieh quickly establishes herself as queen of the house. First published over forty years ago, this warm, witty and moving story has never gone out of style; a truly enjoyable read for anyone who’s ever been owned by a cat. Doreen Tovey has written over a dozen books, which have sold over 100,000 copies in eight countries.
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