Review; The Little Book of Bob: Life Lessons from a Street-wise Cat by James Bowen

As I've read several of the other books about Bob and James, I couldn't resist The Little Book of Bob: Life Lessons from a Street-wise Cat by James Bowen. I recieved it through Netgalley and read it shortly afterwards. Today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
From the New York Times bestselling author of A Street Cat Named Bob comes an uplifting book of wisdom and advice from the most street-savvy cat of them all.

In spring of 2007, street busker James Bowen found an injured orange tabby in the hallway of his shelter home in North London. Their friendship changed both of their lives and led to the internationally bestselling book A Street Cat Named Bob.

But fame hasn't gone to James or Bob's heads. In Bob, James found a model for friendship, steadfastness, balance, and joy that we can all apply to our own lives. The Little Book of Bob is a heartfelt and wholesome book about how to be kinder to ourselves and kinder to the world around us.

Cats are amazing creatures, as all animal lovers know. Tender and wise, this is a little book with a big heart.

My Thoughts on the Book
This is a book very suitable for catlovers, as a lot of these nuggets of wisdom is known to said catlovers. It's a quick and easy read that sometimes made me laugh out loud because of the familiarity of cat mischief.


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