If You Have Ever Had a Cat or Dog Who You Think Talks To You Then You Have To Read This!!
Meet Petey, your not-so-average cat-on a mission from God
Disillusioned young pastor, Jake Wilkerson, has just arrived at his new assignment in the small rural church of Coudersport, Pennsylvania. Also new on the scene is Petey, a cat of unknown origins and breed-but of great perception.
As Jake sets about doing the business of ministry, Petey's continued interference brings chaos to the community of curiously off and eccentric people-residents like the faith-avoiding veterinarian Sally Grainger and Tassy, a young runaway with a secret. An expert at hiding his fears, Jake wonders if all this-and the cat to boot-is more than he can handle. What is Petey's real "mission"? Perhaps something larger than Jake---or even Petey---can possibly know.
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Publishers Weekly said, "Judge this book by its cover... and be charmed."
MORE ABOUT THE BOOK:Recently widowed Mary Fassler buys a Miniature Schnauzer, Rufus, and her world is turned sideways in the midst of her grief. It seems that Rufus speaks. And not just to her. He also talks to God. When Rufus begins sharing advice that could result in major changes, Mary gets the feeling the pooch might not be steering her in the right direction. Or, is she just afraid to take the leap and discover something she desperately needs? Only Rufus...and God...knows.
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Jim Kraus grew up in Western Pennsylvania and has spent the last twenty
years as a vice president of a major Christian publishing house. He has written more than twenty books and novels, including the best-selling The Dog That Talked to God. He and his family live outside of Chicago with a sweet miniature Schnauzer and an ill-tempered Siberian cat named (of course) Petey.
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My Review: I was crying and smiling through my tears. I love anything about dogs and cats, especially when they seem to talk to God and want to take care of people just when they seem to need it most. A Dog named Rufus who tries to help a young widow to try to live again. Mary is confused, will she allow Rufus to help her through her greatest hour of need? Then there is an adorable Cat named Petey, who tries to help a new young Pastor by continually getting in the middle of everything, and just messing up what he thought was already solved. I loved both of these books, the characters, 2 footed as well as 4 footed! Jim makes you feel as if you know all of them like neighbors. I give both of these books a 5/5. I'm just waiting to see who is the next animal who can talk to God and help people!
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