Paperback, 6″ x 9″
125 pages with color photos
by Christopher W. Morin
They inspire us. They surprise us. They provide us with joy, contentment, and a sense of companionship unlike any other. But most importantly, they teach us things about ourselves that we never recognized or even knew existed…and they ask for so little in return. They are our cats, and they are also an indisputable part of who and what we are.
This is the story of three ordinary felines who took the journey through life with my family over the course of two decades. Included are interesting stories and anecdotes chronicling the lives of these three pets as recalled from my memory and past personal experiences.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Christopher W. Morin was born, raised, and currently resides in Portland, Maine. He received a BA in Journalism from the University of Maine at Orono. He is a history enthusiast and has enjoyed creative writing ever since penning his first short story back in second grade.
Along with this work of nonfiction, he is also the author of four fictional tales titled A Tale of Life & War, The Besieged, The Rebel’s Wrath, and Rogue Plunder. Preceding this family cat memoir, Morin wrote a dog memoir titled Three Labs a Lifetime about his family’s three black Labs.