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Catnip Capers in Charitable E-book

Local indie author Sian Turner has published a collection of stories about cats, with 50% of profits going to Bluebell Ridge.

The e-book, entitled Bitty Kitty Wibby: A Collection of Cat Tales, contains many humorous accounts of cat-astrophe, ranging from a talking kitten and a cat with a serious shoe fetish to an agoraphobic feline and a gargantuan moggy with a talent for producing bagel-poos.

Author Sian is also a volunteer at Bluebell Ridge and has adopted her own three cats from the centre.

When asked why she chose to publish her cat stories, Sian said, "I've loved cats ever since I can remember and our latest addition, Wizard also known by the nickname Wibby has done so many things worthy of a story that I just couldn't resist. Once Id started writing, I realised that my other cats (past and present) and other cats in the family deserved a mention too. When I realised how many stories there were, I decided to publish them and offer 50% of the profits to Bluebell Ridge. Working there as a volunteer, I wish I could take every single cat home with me. But since that isn't realistic, I decided to raise funds for them and try to increase public awareness instead."

Bitty Kitty Wibby: A Collection of Cat Tales can be purchased as an e-book from Amazon at just £1.99. It may also be bought through Smashwords, who make it available in various alternative e-book formats.

More information about Sian Turner and her work is available on her website and Facebook page.


Published on Monday 14th March 2016

 

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(RSPCA) Cat Rehoming Centre
Tel: 01424 752121
(11am-3pm every day except Thurs)
RSPCA Emergency Helpline:
0300 1234 999