Ghost Cats: Human Encounters with Feline Spirits by Dusty Rainbolt is my G for this year. I was eager to read it hoping it would give me comfort. I like proof that our past kitties are still with us. This book did not provide me with the comfort I wanted. Most of the stories were so sad about how the cat departed that I just got depressed. Some stories were sweet, a beloved cat appearing one more time as if to say thank you. If you are not a big crybaby like me then you might enjoy it, but otherwise, I would have to say skip it.
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We want to wish all our Jewish friends a Happy Passover which begins at sundown.