Cat and Crow – an Amazing Friendship

Cat and Crow - an Amazing Friendship by Lisa FlemingCat and Crow — an Amazing Friendship
By Lisa Fleming
Illustrated by Anne Marie Dominik-Harris

By now, everybody probably knows the true story of Cassie the kitten and Moses the crow, two unlikely BFFs who became YouTube sensations. The amazing tale inspired author Lisa Fleming to create this charming children’s book, which simply and eloquently tells all about the crow that cared for a kitty, and the humans who watched their friendship develop. There’s a lesson here, too, whether you are 3 years old or 93 (in human or cat years). The illustrations really bring the story to life with an evocative beauty that highlights Moses and Cassie’s friendship. The book also shares fun facts about crows and cats, using information compiled by a pair of experts. This is one of those kids’ books that adult humans and kitties will love too.

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A copy of this book was supplied for review.

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Having problems with your human or the other cats in your house? As the internet’s “Dear Abby With Claws,” Sparkle had answers to many annoying problems in her two award-winning books! Visit her author’s page on Amazon to buy one or both of her awesome Dear Sparkle books!
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  1. says

    Dear Sparkle,
    Any book about a tuxie has to be a good book!
    Thanks for coming by my birthday party, and Binga is actully quite nice! We wanted to let you know Mommy is really busy and we won’t be blogging for a while.
    Kisses
    Kozmo

  2. says

    I watched that little moobee a while back and I could not believe my Kitty Eyes! That crow was big enough to have that kitty for a snack but he was soooooooo nice. That’s definitely not one a-them Alfred Hitchcock crows. Nuh-uh. Nope. No way.

  3. says

    thank you for your advice, Sparkle. We are constantly on the alert should another strange furry creature appear. When it is dark we float down to the bottom for safety.

    Dawn (shubunkin)

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