Pittsburgh: Dorrance Publishing Co., 2020. Paperback. In this book, author Luz Damron shares her experience with a cat colony in Baltimore and her relationships with the rescuers. It is vastly underestimated by the general population how much work is required to care for these animals, and Damron shares the joys and struggles associated with this important work. In caring for these cats, the communities of diverse neighborhoods grew closer and, not only was a great deal learned about the cats, but also about the people of Baltimore" (rear cover). Quarto. Bound in glossy white paper wrappers with black title to spine and front cover. Fine.
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Kansas City: Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2004. Hardcover. Later printing. Signed and inscribed by the author. An exploration of feline history. Maroon cloth boards with black leatherette spine titled in gold. In clean, bright black jacket with white title to spine and front panel. Clean interior with color photographic illustrations. 255 pages. CATS/031721. Fine / Fine.
New York: Glitterati Incorporated, 2017. Hardcover. "Now, for the first time, some of the most beloved bookstore cats are collected in one adorable compendium, making the perfect gift for cat lovers, book lovers, shoppers, and the generally curious worldwide" (jacket). Included within are our very own cats - Pierre and Sinclair! Read about them and many other fine bookstore cats. Includes many sweet cat stories as well as popular cat poems, cat trivia, and full color photographic illustrations. Fine in illustrated paper covered boards with white title to spine. In matching dust jacket with white title to olive green spine panel. White ribbon bookmark bound in. 160 pages. CAT/120617. Fine / Fine.