Any cat lover will appreciate Chloe Anne's wit as she tells her own story in Chloe Anne: Force of Nature, with the help of her owner, Valerie Oblath. Oblath has carefully studied her cat's behavior, and she and Chloe cleverly tell about their life together.
With her original owners, Chloe Anne lived a pedestrian life, with a pedestrian name, Penny. She was horrified to discover she was going to be sent to the Humane Society, or, as she thinks of it, "the Big House," because her owners were moving. The treatment wasn't as bad as she had anticipated, after watching too much television, but it was a joy to be discovered, adopted, and told that she was "too beautiful for words." Her name was changed to Chloe Anne, and she went home to meet the other cat, Cinders.
Chloe's tale will bring smiles and laughter. There's her story of being a voluptuous cat, thanks to the Food Network. There are her adventures with a duck, the washing machine, and the fireplace. She's an adventurous cat, who is just plain fun. She's Valerie Oblath's Chloe Anne: Force of Nature.
Chloe Anne's website is www.chloeanneforceofnature.com
Chloe Anne: Force of Nature by Valerie Oblath. Three C's Publishing LLC, ©2008. ISBN 978-0980062328 (hardcover), 148p.
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