Just when I thought I had run out of the truly good kitty books to read, I discovered one of the best ones I think I've ever read.
Its title is Serendipity and Me by Judith L. Roth. It was actually "serendipity" that I came to have the book. I was walking Sue's dog, when I saw a little house on a post next to the sidewalk. There was a sign on it that said "Little Free Library" - "take a book and leave one". Being who I am, I certainly couldn't pass by any books! I looked through them and one had a white kitten held in a person's two hands. I took the book home and wound up devouring it in one night. Absolutely beautiful writing! You won't need tissues.
Serendipity is a white kitten who is dumped at the door of Sara and her dad's home. Sara's dad is firm about saying that Sara may not keep Serendipity. This white fluff-ball of a kitten is just what is needed to heal the hurt in Sara and her dad's hearts and to make their home no longer a lonely place. Read it to find out if and how Sara wins over her dad.
Read it for the sheer beauty of the language. Read it because it is one of those "cat" books you won't want ever to end. Written in 2013. it should be available on Amazon and Kindle, possibly at Barnes and Noble, or even used book stores. It's in paperback. (BTW, I donated two books to the Little Library - Merle's Door - one of the best books about a dog I've ever read, and a small, lovely John Fielder book of photography of Colorado's wild lands. No one, IMHO, can photograph the outdoors like John Fielder).
LFFAC adventures, stories and maybe even a cute cat video every now & then.