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Seen pragmatically, James Bowen's spontaneous act of adopting an injured cat was foolish. The struggling London street musician was barely about to feed himself, much less another mouth, no matter how tiny. Nevertheless, he took in the stray, named him Bob, nursed him back to health, and then sent him on his way—or so he thought. But Bob had other ideas. This sweetly inspiring book is worthy of comparisons with Dewey and Oogy.