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Cecilia's on a mission to find a new human, but will she find the right one? She's heard they're very difficult to train. From the author of P.A.W.S. and Esmeralda Grunch and the Red Tulip.

©2017 Debbie Manber Kupfer (P)2017 Debbie Manber Kupfer

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The sweetest short story I ever read

Firstly I have to say that I was sent this book for free, and I am leaving my review entirely voluntarily. This was such a cute, heart-felt story, that if you are a cat, dog, or chimpanzee person, it will make you smile all the same. Please take time to listen all the way through to the end as there is also an authors note

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a cute little tail about the author, Debbie Manber Kupfer's own cat and narrated brilliantly by Fiona Thraille

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The Mission to find the perfect Human

Story: Cecilia's mother is expecting. The new litter will need the parent's full attention and they will take up so much room, no space is left for Cecilia. It's time for our young cat to find her own home. Alone out on the streets she is scared, as her mother taught her, finding the right human to live with, is a difficult task for any cat. Humans are very tricky to train. But, of course, it's possible, her siblings have shown it can be done and what other use is there for humans, than to be trained by a cat? Will Cecilia find the perfect home? Narration: Fiona Thraille does a marvellous job. I truly enjoyed her heartfelt and cheerful narration. Overall: You don't need to be a cat lover to fall in love with Cecilia's Tale. It's a cute wee story about finding the right place to call home, where you are loved and cherished, and it's suitable for every age group.