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Cats Do Eat Spaghetti

Author: Wright, Paul Set In . . .
 Europe, Italy, Lake Como
Genre: Non-Fiction
Time Frame: 1990s-2000s
Published: 2017
Description: ‘Cats Do Eat Spaghetti’ is delightful and entertaining book about adopting feral cats that through patience and hard work become domesticated. The fourteen chapters will make your heart feel better for having read them: The early chapters are set in England. They then move abroad, to a couple of medieval villages on the shores of Lake Como in northern Italy, to where Paul and his wife emigrated in 1991. Paul and his wife are not just surrogate parents they have dedicated their lives to the happiness and contentment of their cats. As an example of their devotion, they allowed themselves a holiday five years ago. It was the first one they had had for twenty years. This wasn’t because of any misfortune or lack of funds but because they don’t like having to be away from their cats for too long in case they fret. They only took the risk of seeing other parts of their adopted country after they found a couple of baby-sitters who were prepared to stay in their house to look after their cats as well as they try to do it.
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