Have Yourself a Purry Little Christmas
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From Peter Scottsdale – #1 Bestselling Amazon Cat Author – Comes the “touching” Complete Trilogy of his “The Christmas Cat” Series.
And Includes the Bonus Novelette – “Jasper: A Siamese Story.”
This Book Features:
“The Christmas Cat”
Fred finds himself alone at Christmas time again until a stray cat, cold and hungry, enters his life. Fred soon finds his life turned around by this gift of a Christmas cat. A gift he needs to end his solitary life and get back to living.
“The Christmas Cat 2”
Coming from a family of cat lovers, nine year old Chelsey dreams of getting a Tuxedo Cat for Christmas. When her world is shattered, Chelsey must find a way to rediscover the meaning in her life with the help of her Christmas cat. Will Chelsey find her way and fall in love with her furry gift?
“The Christmas Cat 3”
It’s Christmas Eve and Alan wants to die. His life is ruined and now he will let the bitter cold finish him off. On his way to death, Alan meets a Ragdoll Kitten – a gift from God for a man who needs to see the light. He has stood in darkness for too long – no job, no money, no woman, no home. Light breaks through in the form of the Ragdoll Kitten, leading him to romance and faith. In this inspirational romance, Alan and his cat must rebuild from nothing. But the evil returns, threatening to destroy him, his love and his Christmas cat. Will they survive the darkness or be led down the path of no return?
BONUS: “Jasper: A Siamese Story”
“You naughty cat.”
Here Comes the Story of a Young Siamese, an Old Lady & Plenty of Mischief.
Sharon is booked for surgery. She needs her dog-loving Grandma to care for her Siamese kitten – Jasper. Reluctantly, Grandma agrees, not expecting the friskiness that comes with the kitty. Can she deal with this rascal of a cat? And when Jasper eats the wrong thing, will he and Grandma survive this tale of love, loss and misadventure?
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A cat lover from an early age, Peter Scottsdale wrote his first cat tale, “The Cat and the Dog,” in a grade three creative writing exercise – the story of a cat and a dog lost in the woods, and the police shooting the dog for some reason. Peter drew inspiration for the story from Disney’s “The Incredible Journey.”
Inspired by such books as Hardy Boys Mysteries, Marvel Comics and Mythology by Edith Hamilton, Scottsdale wrote several published short stories with his grade nine English teacher.
Then life happened. Scottsdale stopped writing, only scribbling bits of story every so often. A family came along which turned into single parenthood. He raised his kids and wrote here-and-there.
Throughout his life, cats have been a welcome and influencing presence. From Tia (a Siamese) to Booties (a Tabby with White) to Rusty (an orange boy with little ears) to Sam the Siamese, Peter has loved all his felines (and still does). He’s loved all his cats so much so he started to write about them. They have inspired and delighted him to create cat stories and to find feline facts for his books.
Cat lover turned author, Peter Scottsdale published his first book, “365 Fascinating Facts You Didn’t Know About Your Cat” in 2012. He followed that with “How Do Cats Do That?” and “The Wonder of Cats.”
An English Major, Scottsdale graduated from Medicine Hat College with an Associate of Arts Diploma in 1995. He continues to research our furry felines and write cat fiction and non-fiction and hopes fellow kitty-cat people will enjoy his work.
Currently, he resides in Medicine Hat, AB with his three cats: Tanzy (the feisty feline), Alley (the mischief maker) and Tigger (the gentle giant).
Follow Peter Scottsdale on Facebook (@PScottsdale).