A Cat Named Darwin: Embracing the Bond Between Man and Pet by William Jordan

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A Cat Named Darwin: Embracing the Bond Between Man and Pet

'“Cat fanciers will enjoy this memoir by a 45-year-old man who lived alone until his heart was stolen by an orange cat.” —Publishers Weekly   “[A] perfectly pitched account that nicely balances sentiment and science . . . A perceptive and intelligent tribute to man’s other best friend.” —Kirkus Reviews   “A wrenching story about one man and his soulmate and teacher—a cat.” —Nicholas Dodman, author of The Cat Who Cried for Help  '
'“Cat fanciers will enjoy this memoir by a 45-year-old man who lived alone until his heart was stolen by an orange cat.” —Publishers Weekly   “[A] perfectly pitched account that nicely balances sentiment and science . . . A perceptive and intelligent tribute to man’s other best friend.” —Kirkus Reviews   “A wrenching story about one man and his soulmate and teacher—a cat.” —Nicholas Dodman, author of The Cat Who Cried for Help  '
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt ISBN: 9780547834474 Pages: 208