Dewey, the orange cat who was adopted by a librarian (and who adopted the library and the whole town in return), returns in this new collection of ten cat stories by Vicki Myron and Bret Witter, two of which feature Dewey himself. A tiny kitten falls from an owl's talons onto the hood of a car, and the driver, a lonely war veteran, saves his life—and finds a new life for himself in the process. In Florida, a couple creates a paradise for the feral felines of a tropical island. And a divorced mother in Alaska saves a drowning kitten on Christmas Eve.
"Reminiscent of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series... Be sure there are plenty of tissues handy. Some of these compelling tales cannot help but cause tears, while confirming that the bond between humans and animals is impenetrable."—NYJournal of Books