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Ghost Cats

Ghost Cats

by: Dusty Rainbolt

Prepare for an out of the extraordinary ride into the world of the supernatural. In Ghost Cats, author Dusty Rainbolt presents over seventy true accountings of ghostly encounters of the feline kind. Before immersing you into this other realm, Dusty explores the scientific and sometimes skeptical community trying to discover if this world truly exists. Dusty herself was once upon a time, a skeptic, until she too encountered her own visitation from a foster kitten Maynard. You can read about the experience in her brief introduction. After that, it is up to you to decide if you wish to venture further into the world of human/cat encounters of the strangest kind.
 
Although there are some tales that will chill you, overall the visits of the felines passed are heartwarming and at times humorous. They will cause you to think, allow you to remember your departed feline no longer with sorrow but with hope. Providing for the cat owner, who have experienced that heart-shattering moment of loss, the courage to continue. Finally understanding that cats do indeed have nine lives, and they live on in spirit.

As you turn the pages you will meet among others,  Anita Morris of Oregon. Anita runs a feral cat refuge. One of her favorite ferals Little Joe was struck by a car and died. Anita, overcome with grief, buried Little Joe on her property. Now that he was gone, she had nothing but her memory of him to retain his presence. That night, she resolved to photograph all her cats while they were eating, leaving no one out. When her film was developed she discovered there was a visitor that night, Little Joe captured in ethereal beauty on film.

For each story found within, there are lessons taught by the four-legged teachers returning to re-establish one final time the bond of love they have formed with the guardian who cared for them.  The cover of Ghost Cats is as compelling as the stories found within. Don’t pass up the opportunity to understand the sometimes unexpected, the often unexplained; it will warm your heart. Check out your local bookstore today for your purrsonal copy. Read Ghost Cats in a well-lit room with your favorite feline nearby.

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