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    Such a delightful read!

    As a tremendous cat lover, I just couldn’t pass by this book. Even just pronouncing the title “Furry Fables” made me feel warm and cozy like I am sitting in my favourite armchair with my beloved cat on my knees, and enjoying the book to the sound of her mesmerizing purring. If cats could talk, what tales would they share, what interesting stories would they tell, what lessons could we learn from them? “Furry Fables” is a very special book. Reading it is like watching the standoffish world around transform into some nice friendly and more-right-than-wrong place you’ve always wanted it to be. 10 short fables just possess this magical power, believe it or not. Most of the stories in the book are written in the first person singular. The first-person narrative is always the best way to communicate emotions and ideas to readers. The author has done an immense job creating such bright characters as Spooky the Cat, Snoozer the Dreamer, cat Rudy..all of them. I can’t but mention the great language effects of alliteration, onomatopoeia, and repetition used by the author to convey certain features and situations. This made the language of the book extraordinary exciting. But that is my inner philologist speaking! Personally, my favorite character is Snoozer the Dreamer. He reminds me very much of myself and how difficult it can be to stay a dreamer no matter what and to find true friendship. Also, I was really impressed by the “If I were not me” story, where the idea of the importance of just being here and enjoying life to the fullest is developed. Is it ok to be different, is it ok to occasionally have feelings of anxiety, and how do you form a completely new approach to friendship, family ties, and even life within a society? Just open “Furry Fables, ” and you will get these answers, and much more. I was pleasantly surprised with such a delightful read. Just try and dive into the magic world of cat’s stories and it will carry you away until the very last page.
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    Made me chuckle and shed tears!

    Having read a few of Tygo's stories in the past, I picked this one up almost immediately when I saw it on my recommended section. The stories in this bundle are extremely clever, interesting and relatable (call me crazy, if you will). To be honest, it made me chuckle a whole lot of times and I did shed tears often as well. The story of Calamity Kitty was the one that moved me most and for some strange reason, I cried a river reading it. Tygo's stories are deep and subtly touch a vast range of topics in a fun and entertaining way. You're guaranteed to enjoy every single one of them. Cat's are amazing, magical creatures and I consider them man's best friend (hate me dog lovers) and reading funny, lively and serious stories revolving around human emotions with them as characters is something every person in my opinion would enjoy. Tygo, you've got yourself and huge fan & I've already grabbed myself a copy of the next book and I cannot wait to read it.
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    The book before the cat

    This is an incredible book for cat lovers. I loved the book especially the story about Snoozer the day dreamer. Well, I felt like most of us have been a Snoozer at times. We are day dreamers and ambitious. We have people in our lives that doubt us and that make us almost doubt ourselves. Well, besides giving tips about cats, their habits as well as measures towards taking care of them, this book offers incredible life advice. I love how the author narrates the different fables in the book. Each seems to be tackling a different aspect of life. I love that the language used in this book is pretty simple making it pretty much comprehensible. I would definitely recommend this book for cat lovers and anyone looking to keep cats. They are incredible, fluffy and friendly. Cats definitely need a caregiver who would understand them. This book should be your friend if you are a caregiver.

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