SIX heartwarming SHORT STORIES in each volume.
VOLUME ONE – January 2017
Six short stories filled with hope, laughter, sacrifice, and survival—along with visits from two special guardians, Quark and Bobbi.
With the permission of TinyKittens, Author Kathryn Jane uses the Happy Forest setting, and a few of its more well-known residents to create wonderful fictional stories about stray and feral cats.
Furry tales with happy endings to make your heart sing.
Signed copies are available if you send me an email or FB message, and I will donate $5.00 from each copy to TinyKittens.
If you choose to buy CATS, Volume#1 through Amazon – a portion of the proceeds will be set aside by the author, for TinyKittens.
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VOLUME TWO – January 2017
When the stray and feral cats of his fair city find themselves in various kinds of trouble, Sailor—a guardian who’s already used up his nine lives—steps in to coach and help in whatever way he can. He’s not allowed to change things, exactly, but he’s adept at making cats sit back and consider other options at just the right moment.
CATS, Volume #2 is available in print or ebook.
VOLUME THREE – May 09, 2017
Six more heartwarming stories about CATS born in the wild, or ending up there through no fault of their own.
Enjoy the adventures of Tony the mysterious dirt-brown tabby, Zak the do-gooder, bashful Brazil, and many more while they scramble their way through adventures and discovery on a ranch inhabited by horses, goats, a llama, and a few wonderful people who help out when times get tough.
VOLUME FOUR – November 2017
Welcome to the track!
In this collection of six short stories, cats living at the racetrack and on the fairgrounds will whisk you off to a world of wonder and discovery. You will fall in love, laugh, and maybe even shed a happy tear.
VOLUME FIVE – December 2018
Welcome to the storm!
Love, laughter, and adventure abound while the cats of the river colony battle injury, illness, and a nasty storm.
Cheer for them while they find their way to safety, and cry a happy tear or two when rescue arrives.