Double Trouble

Double Trouble

by Doreen Tovey

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The behavior of a Siamese cat is never predictable, as all owners well know. The calm of the Tovey household is once again torn to shreds when Doreen's cat Seeley instantly loathes the new arrival, Shebalu, and she—all five inches of her—loathes him back. And then, even worse, they become firm friends, and team up to create havoc. The characters of Cats in the Belfry return with a vengeance: Father Adams, Miss Wellington, and Annabel the donkey. But Seeley and Shebalu steal the show with their loveable mischief, and their antics will bring tears of laughter.

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BN ID: 2940000206317
Publisher: Summersdale Publishers Ltd
Publication date: 09/09/2009
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 962,120
File size: 534 KB

About the Author

Doreen Tovey is the author of numerous works about animals, including Cats in May, Donkey Work, Double Trouble, and The New Boy.

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Double Trouble 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
AnneMWA More than 1 year ago
Life in a cottage in the West Country of England is peaceful for Doreen and her husband Charles, their donkey Annabel, and Siamese cats Sheba and Seeley. Seeley came into their lives when their first tom, (Solomon) died, Sheba missed her brother and Seeley brought the sounds and smells of another cat back into the house. After Sheba’s passing Doreen and her husband get a blue point named Shebalu and it is loath at first sight. Eventually they become friends and Seeley goes from being the extrovert, grabbing all the attention, to being her protector. She learns about life in the valley from him and develops her own personality, from stealing the butter off the table to destroying flower arrangements. Seeley still can’t climb but goes 40 feet up a pine when startled by a neighbor. Father Adams is having trouble with two men from the neighboring village who are poaching on his odd jobs and Miss Wellington is giving walks to neighbors dogs. Not without consequences but things work themselves out. The animals and people of these stories are very enjoyable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago