Urban Tigers Two - More Truth Behind The Tales, Chapter 1

Welcome back! Now that Kathy has finished the truth behind the tales of book one, it's time to start with Chapter 1 of Urban Tigers Two, More Tales of a Cat Vet.

This week she explains the story behind Verna Gillis' character - a lady who has a problem choosing the right word to espresso herself.

Kathy Chisholm and Earl Grey

As always, the residents of Catopia were ready to help. Even elusive little Winnie made a guest appearance this week!

Kathy Chisholm and Winnie

Earl Grey was front and center as usual.

Earl Grey

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Comments (3)

  1. Hey Kathy,
    I am so glad you are back! I enjoy listening to you talk about your chapters and your inspiration for each. It was great to see all the cats zipping around. I liked the part at the end where Earlie is framed by Thelma's tail - or maybe it was Louise! I lam looking forward to chapter 2. You are and always will be my favourite writer!

    Posted By: Jude: | Dec 12, 2013 at 05:08 PM

  2. Happy New Year to all in Catopia, and Kathy, just so you know, the UT2 I sent as a present to my friend in Germany is being greatly enjoyed, complete with chuckles and a box or three of Kleenex! They love your books, think you are a wonderful writer. All the best for 2014!

    Posted By: Julia Holland: | Dec 31, 2013 at 12:41 PM

  3. I just got through reading both of your books. Thank you! And I'd be typing a lot more quickly and accurately if my grey and white tuxedo, Moishe, wasn't shoving his head against my left hand, demanding my attention. I have ten cats (all rescues and all neutered or spayed) plus I feed several neighborhood strays and strays at the school where I work. I have had similar experiences with my cats over the years and truly appreciate your awesome gift for writing as well as your kind heart. I look forward to reading more of your books and I'm so glad I found your blog.

    Posted By: Louise Roachford-Gould: | Dec 31, 2013 at 06:16 PM



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