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Summary

Following her successful representation of Sherman the schnauzer, Sally Baynard is happy to go back to working with humans. That is until a probate judge asks her to look into the case of a cat who's the beneficiary of a multimillion-dollar trust.

Now representing Beatrice, Sally must use her wit, charm and brains to choose between the three potential new caregivers for the lovable feline whilst dodging the angry and mysterious former owner's son. Whilst juggling the demands of the courtroom, an aging mother and a confusing romantic life, will Sally make the right decision for Beatrice? And as she delves deeper into the case, will she uncover the truth behind the family's secrets?

©2016 Lee Robinson (P)2016 Audible, Ltd

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easy warm hearted listen

I enjoyed this book. It wasn't really much about the cat, more about the various people involved in the story and their lives and relationships. A light read, easy on the mind and enjoyable. Told in the first person by the main character, middle aged lawyer Sally, who is honest and likeable. If you're find of cats and dogs it is an added little bonus. Well narrated with a lot of character.