“A Turkish Van and Vodka in the water“. Sounds intriguing?
Just about two months ago David Halstead published a book dedicated to his four friends, three cats and a wife.
Sadly all three cats passed away, but they left behind everlasting happy memories for David and his family. This book is a little dedication to his pawsome fur friends.
“A Turkish Van and Vodka in the water” shares a series of adventures, featuring a clever Dick blue Burmese and her two siblings. One, a sun burnt, rodent terminator and the other a flat faced, lame brained butterfly annihilator.
Have you ever wondered where your favourite felines go once they are let out into the big wide world? Who do they get to meet on their travels around the neighbourhood and what do they talk about?
How do you think they feel about visiting the vet and all the terrifying experiences they have to endure in those intimidating places?
What goes through their minds when they are faced with various breeds of canines that seem to spend most days depositing copious, treacherous “landmines” around the garden?
And what exactly do they think of their flunkeys? The plebs that have to feed them, brush them and change the bog tray every day. Not much, I promise you.
Find out why they usually ignore you when you call their names. It’s not their real name, that’s why!
Now – with a little help from the “staff” – you can find out exactly what an erudite and scholarly Burmese and her two siblings, one a chocolate rodent mugger and the other a hairy, unkempt lepidopterous shredder, get up to.
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“A Turkish Van and Vodka in the water” (by David Halstead)