What do our pets do when they're not with us? Caroline Paul and Wendy MacNaughton used GPS, cat cameras, psychics, and the web to track the adventures of their beloved cat Tibia...
Caroline Paul was recovering from a bad accident and thought things couldn't get worse. But then her beloved cat Tibia disappeared. She and her partner, illustrator Wendy MacNaughton, anxiously waited for his return, before resigning themselves to their loss.
Yet weeks later, Tibia waltzed back into their lives. His owners were overjoyed. But they were also...jealous? Betrayed? Where had their sweet anxious cat disappeared to? Had he become a swashbuckling cat adventurer? Did he love someone else more? His owners were determined to find out.
Using GPS technology, cat cameras, psychics, the web, and animal communicators, the authors of Lost Cat embarked on a quest to discover what their cat did when they weren't around. Told through writer Caroline Paul's rich and warmly poignant narrative and illustrator Wendy MacNaughton's stunning and hilarious 4-color illustrations, Lost Cat is a book for animal lovers, pet owners, and anyone who has ever done anything desperate for love.
About the Author
Caroline Paul is the acclaimed author of two books. Her first was Fighting Fire, the story of her thirteen-year career as a firefighter in San Francisco, and her second was the novel Paul's East Wind, Rain.
Wendy MacNaughton is an illustrator whose work has appeared in national publications including the New York Times. She is the creator of the popular Meanwhile column in Rumpus magazine.
They live together in San Francisco.
A compelling behind-the-scenes story ... immediate and real San Francisco Chronicle on Fighting Fire A beautiful little book ... Caroline Paul knows the joke is on her and that it's a very good joke. She writes with real wit and a keen eye for life's absurdity. Wendy McNaughton's droll illustrations are delightful Daily Mail Wonderful Lady A beautifully quirky new book Independent
Number Of Pages: 164
Published: 1st May 2013
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.9 x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.41
Edition Number: 1