Boris, a stray kitten rescued from the city streets, finds his forever home on the farm of his dreams!
There, with his sassy older sister, Olga, they explore the farmstead and all it has to offer. Through the antics and adventures of these two adorable cats, you’ll meet an array of animals, both wild and domestic. Among the interesting characters are Boris and Olga’s silly brother, Charlie the Dog, and their friends Gus the Squirrel, Charlotte the Horse, Zeke the Mallard Duck, and the Holstein Heifers, Betsy and Ellie Mae.
You will learn alongside Boris as he is taught about his new life. You will get the chance to discover farm activities, including how hay is made and the process of milking cows, and amazing facts, like why birds migrate. You will be able to hunt for frogs, climb a Christmas tree, and even go to the vet.
Come discover the things that fascinate a feline and experience it through the eyes of the cat himself!
This chapter book is designed to teach children about animals and the world around them, targeting ages 6 to 13. It was devised to help children to have empathy for all living things while finding a realistic acceptance of nature. Some things are happy and humorous, while others are not. Educational and entertaining, this collection of feline adventures is an enjoyable read for children and adults alike.
It felt so good to be in a larger enclosure. I enjoyed the open space so much that I even lifted my front paw to get a deeper extension. My back cracked with the stretch and I purred softly, feeling content.
“Yeah, you too,” my kitty friend told me. “Oh, and remember, don’t bite!”
I slowly blinked twice at him in appreciation. That was very thoughtful, and I would remember to heed his advice. “Don’t bite” was a good motto for anyone; cat or dog. It was a good motto for really any animal unless you were hungry. If you’re hungry, then all bets are off because you must bite to eat. Oh, eating sounded so good!