It is Christmas time, and Inca is ready to enjoy the holiday season with her Siamese sister Cara and brother Fromage - the cheese loving Tabby cat, not to forget their adopted hamster Charlotte.
Life turns interesting when their neighborhood tough dog - Boss comes around asking for help to save the loss of his master and domicile.
Another mystery to solve with the help of their neighbors Monk the Blue Russian cat and Polo the Pekinese doggy. An eventful time is around the corner for the newly formed detective team headed by Inca.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.19(d)|
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite Christmas Cats: Inca Cat Series Book 2 by R.F. Kristi is set against the backdrop of the Christmas season where readers see Inca getting ready to enjoy the festivities with her Siamese sister, Cara, her Tabby brother, Fromage, and Charlotte, their adopted hamster. Things change when Boss, the Rottweiler dog who lives down the street next to Polo’s house, comes to them asking for help as his owner was soon going to lose his home. Inca promises to help him on one condition, that he will be nicer to the cats around him. With the help of their neighbors - Polo the Pekingese, and Monk, the Blue Russian cat - Inca forms a detective team to help Boss. Will they be successful in helping Boss with his problems revolving around the eviction of his owner? Polo’s master, Raoul, is also suspected to be injured and incapacitated and being cared for by some locals in a remote village near the Himalayas. Will that mystery also be solved by Inca and her team, and will Raoul be able to get back home for Christmas? The story is entertaining and engaging and it’s a must-read for all pet lovers, especially cat lovers as it highlights the intelligence of these feline creatures. All the characters - felines, dogs, hamster, and humans - are well portrayed. The illustrations are colorful and adorable and connect young readers well with all the characters in the story. The bonds of friendship and Inca’s leadership qualities stand out in the story and it also captures the essence of the Christmas season beautifully.