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Homer: The Ninth Life of a Blind Wonder Cat
de Gwen Cooper
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Not as good as Homer's Odyssey, but interesting. Sad. Focuses more on her other cats. Still, good. Quite short. ( )
The odds had always been stacked against Homer, the little blind kitten nobody wanted. But destiny took a hand the day he met Gwen Cooper, and with the publication twelve years later of the international best seller "Homer's Odyssey," Homer went from beloved housecat to world-wide star. He became the scourge and darling of the reporters, photographers, videographers, bloggers, and radio hosts who clamored to meet him-dragging his hapless human behind him as he greeted fame with his usual joie de vivre and occasional "catitude." He became a spokes-cat for the cause of special-needs animals everywhere, and eventually the wise older mentor to the new special-needs kitten who would enter his and Gwen's lives. Most importantly, Homer taught those who loved him best how to live and die with strength, dignity, and joy-and left behind a rescue community of "Homer's Heroes" that continues to save countless lives in his name. By turns humorous and tender, this beautifully written, 115-page sequel concludes the adventures of Homer the Blind Wonder Cat-the fearless feline who proved that love isn't something you see with your eyes, that even the smallest of creatures can make a big difference, and that true love lives forever.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)636.8Technology and Application of Knowledge Agriculture & related technologies Animal husbandry Cats
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