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Chase, Willow, Tiggy and Barney-bookcover

By: Jan Doyle

Chase, Willow, Tiggy and Barney

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Chase, Willow, Tiggy, and Barney is a heartwarming true story that is sure to resonate with cat lovers everywhere. This book takes you on a journey through the lives of four unique cats who brought an array of changes, challenges, and joys to our lives.

The story begins with Tiggy, a confident cat who nonchalantly followed us home one day and decided to make our house her own. Next came Barney, whose initially promising relationship with us took a turn when he began exhibiting aggressive behaviour.

Willow, a shy and timid cat, joined our family and slowly learned the joys of the outdoors, while Chase, the outgoing explorer, preferred the comforts of indoors and needed gentle persuasion to venture outside.

Chase’s story takes a touching turn when, after a change in my work schedule left him alone for longer periods, he began to visit local shops, people’s homes, and most notably, a nearby care home. His presence there became so cherished that one of the residents, deeply missing him after his unfortunate accident, requested a special visit. The reunion between Chase and the resident, brought together in her wheelchair, was a profoundly emotional moment.

This book is a tribute to the deep bond between humans and their feline companions, celebrating the unique personality of each cat and the indelible mark they leave on our hearts. Join us on this journey filled with laughter, challenges, and poignant memories, as we recount the unforgettable impact of Chase, Willow, Tiggy, and Barney.

I am an author who, despite being extremely nervous, finally decided to publish my book at the age of 72. The thought ‘now or never’ was the decisive factor after investing so much time and effort into writing. I never expected that Austin Macauley Publishers would agree to publish it. In fact, when they responded to my manuscript, it took over a week for me to muster the courage to open their email. When I did, I had to repeatedly check to ensure I hadn’t misread their acceptance.

This book is the culmination of countless lunch hours at work, travel time to and from work, weekends, and scribbles on yellow stickers, which I later deciphered. I felt I owed it to Chase, Willow, Tiggy, and Barney to take a chance with this book. Even if it ends up in Poundland, or starts there at ten for a pound, I believe it’s better than not trying at all.

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