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Cats & Daughters:: They Don't Always Come When Called epub

by Helen Brown


Cats & Daughters:: They Don't Always Come When Called epub

ISBN: 0806536063

ISBN13: 978-0806536064

Author: Helen Brown

Category: Home and Hobbies

Subcategory: Pets & Animal Care

Language: English

Publisher: Citadel (March 26, 2013)

Pages: 336 pages

ePUB book: 1657 kb

FB2 book: 1520 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 348

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Cats & Daughters book. Many strong minded women have headstrong daughters.

This is a follow-up to Helen Brown's earlier book, "Cleo: the Cat Who Mended a Family". I don't have a daughter. That one was a difficult read because of the tragedy of Sam's death, but after I finished it, I felt like I was good friends with everyone in the family. So I was pleased when I learned of this book, because I wanted to know what had happened next with Helen's family. I was not disappointed. I do have a sister and I do have a cat. Neither the sister or the cat necessarily comes when called so I'm guessing daughters are the same way. Also cool is the fact the author hails from New Zealand. She is correct; people remain the same, past, present, future and on various parts of the globe.

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Some say your previous cat chooses your new feline. Love & Respect: The Love She Most Desires, the Respect He Desperately Needs. Some say your previous cat chooses your new feline. If so, what in cat heaven's name was our beloved Cleo thinking when she sent us a crazy cat like Jonah? Helen Brown swore she'd never get another cat after her precious Cleo died.

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I did not read Cleo, Brown's first book, before this one, the sequel. Jonah is almost a background figure (well--CAT) in this 2nd memoir of Brown's that mostly concerns mother/daughter relationships. The book is very readable--Brown writes openly about everything you might be curious to know about her--warm, funny, honest. Jonah is certainly in the picture but in typical cat fashion, he is always looking for more attention and I think Brown keeps him "under control" in her descriptions.

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See contact information and details about Helen Brown Author. The official fan page for Helen Brown's bestselling books Cleo and Cats and Daughters/After Cleo Came Jonah, Cleo and Rob, Bono and Tumbledown Manor. CLEO: When Helen and her sons go to a friend’s house to visit some newborn kittens, Sam and Rob fall instantly in love and manage to convince their mum to keep. Tragically, a week later Sam is run over and killed. Cats and daughters - they don't always come when called!

In Cats and Daughters, Helen Brown writes with honesty and humour about family life, its serious setbacks and . As Helen writes in her dedication, this book is 'to cats and daughters who don't always come when called'.

In Cats and Daughters, Helen Brown writes with honesty and humour about family life, its serious setbacks and life-changing events. She also learns that sometimes the best thing a strong mother and cat slave can do is step back, have faith in those she loves and be grateful nothing's perfect. Library descriptions.

Some say your previous cat chooses your new feline. If so, what in cat heaven's name was our beloved Cleo thinking when she sent us a crazy cat like Jonah?Helen Brown swore she'd never get another cat after her precious Cleo died. But that was before a cute Siamese with an intense blue gaze wrapped her around his paw. Demonstrating the grace of a trapeze artist--and a talent for smashing anything breakable--Jonah seduced the household with his daredevil antics and heart-melting purr.With her son getting married, her daughter setting off on a potentially dangerous personal quest, and a recent brush with her own mortality, Helen faced a whirlwind of joys and challenges. Yet Jonah proved just the thing to ease the busy household's growing pains. Uplifting, witty, and wise, here is a story of love and family--four-legged members included. Don't Miss Helen Brown's Beloved Bestseller, Cleo"A buoyant tale, heartfelt and open." --Booklist"An absolute must." --Cat World"Even non-cat-lovers will be moved." --Good Housekeeping
First, let me say that I was not aware of the author's first book, "Cleo" until I began reading this book. I don't remember how I discovered the availability of this title but it captured my attention and it was added to my 'wish to read' list. This is a beautiful memoir by Helen Brown to delight every aspect of a reader's senses from the beauty of the cover design by Colleen Andrews to the collage of color family photographs on the first page to the author's remembrances throughout the pages. The descriptions of experiences, thoughts and emotions are shared with honesty and without hesitation.

As I am a daughter that wandered away from my home town on two occasions to follow my heart - once for professional exploration and once simply to follow my heart - I can truly understand some of the perplexing conversations through the years between mother and daughter. As dearest cat Jolie continued to live with Mother throughout the years of these same wanderings I have a deep appreciation for Jonah's nurturing of Helen Brown's family as well as his soulful reactions.

This is a very special glimpse of the bonds shared by mothers and daughters, the friendship circle of women when courage, strength and hope are needed for sharing in higher volumes but softly without fanfare and the unconditional love between cats and their forever families.
This is a follow-up to Helen Brown's earlier book, "Cleo: the Cat Who Mended a Family". That one was a difficult read because of the tragedy of Sam's death, but after I finished it, I felt like I was good friends with everyone in the family. So I was pleased when I learned of this book, because I wanted to know what had happened next with Helen's family. I was not disappointed. I got to share in the next phase of the family's lives--Rob's marriage, and Lydia's quest for spiritual growth, and Helen's deepening understanding of her daughters. The author also showed her courage when faced with cancer. It was also interesting to 'see behind the scenes' of how a best selling book came to be written--and how it impacted the world.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and hope a third one comes along soon.
I loved Cleo, but this book isn't about the cat -- it's all about the author. And this account is by one of the most self-absorbed people I've ever read. I, too, have had breast cancer, and I certainly know about the anxiety. But are these theatrics what it's been for the thousands of us who have just got on with things, and not made ourselves the middle of a drama?
I hadn't read the author's previous book, "Cleo". After subsequently reading "Cleo", I would suggest reading it before reading "Cats & Daughters". In any case, "Cats ....." is a great book that talks about family relationships and challenges as well as the important part that a cat played in dealing with these issues. The book is well-written and was an interesting read. The writing pulled me in and I felt like I had a front row seat to seeing the author's feelings and reactions. A good book.
This is supposed to be a sequel to CLEO. It is not. There is very little of the cat in here. It is mostly about the author's daughter. It was not nearly as engaging as the previous book. I will not be keeping this one.
As I am wont to do, I read the sequel, Cats and Daughters, loved it and am now reading the first book, Cleo. In any order, they both deliver a strong message. Embrace life you don't get another this go-round. I don't have a daughter. I do have a sister and I do have a cat. Neither the sister or the cat necessarily comes when called so I'm guessing daughters are the same way. Also cool is the fact the author hails from New Zealand. She is correct; people remain the same, past, present, future and on various parts of the globe.
Expected more from this book. I am a Siamese cat owner and absolutely love the breed and how they interact with us humans, The book centers more on the author and her family then secondly on the cat. Although she does incorporate the Siamese and I understand her plot ; it became boring and redundent.
People who have raised cats and kids will recognize a lot of the behaviors. For the most part, is a narrative of the ups and downs of normal life in sort of "as the world turns" style. The author seems to be a nice person and the book a "feel good" sort of experience.