BOOK REVIEW: THE BLACK CAT WHO ONLY WANTED TO BE LOVED

 

 

 

The Black Cat Who Only Wanted to be Loved: A Sad Cat Story with a Happy Ending, by Rosa Silva

From Amazon: Black cats mean bad luck… or do they?

Abandoned by his owner on the side of a road, little Pepper must go on a journey of self-discovery. Will the little black cat embrace his own identity, or will he change the color of his fur to find a family that will love him?

You will love this touching and inspiring story about the power of friendship and the importance of acceptance and self-love.

My Review: A gentle and kind tale of acceptance and love.

The title says it: The Black Cat who Only Wanted to be Loved. It’s a plight all cat people are familiar with, the stigma and superstition that goes along with black cats, making them harder to adopt out of shelters.

Silva’s story starts with a couple and a conflict: The wife loves her black cat Pepper, but the husband blames the cat for his run of bad luck. Heartlessly, the husband dumps little Pepper far away from his home. Pepper’s subsequent adventures in the new neighborhood keep the reader on their toes. Pepper overcomes fears, makes friends, and learns lessons, ones we would all be better off practicing ourselves.

About the author: Rosa Silva is an author and a self-confessed book nerd with a soft spot for cats. She lives in Portugal, where she shares her home with (surprisingly) just one cat. Find Rosa at catladyconfidential.com.

 

 

 

 

Purchase links: The Black Cat Who Only Wanted to be Loved, available as ebook and paperback.

For more by Rosa Silva: https://www.amazon.com/Rosa-Silva/e/B07D3WRNHZ/

About Mollie Hunt

Loves cats. Writes books.
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2 Responses to BOOK REVIEW: THE BLACK CAT WHO ONLY WANTED TO BE LOVED

  1. Brian says:

    I’ll bet it’s good but she does need several more cats!

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