FERAL ATTRACTION  by Eileen Watkins


In this book, cat groomer Cassie McGlone tries to help her friend Dawn who is working to save a feral cat colony. She attends a homeowners meeting to discuss the fate of the colony. She explains the purpose of TNR (trap, neuter, release). Why do it is done and why relocation doesn’t work.

A homeowner, Sabrina Ward has been feeding the cats which are causing a lot of problems at the preserve. Sabrina’s body is found near the feeding area. A black cat, Omen is watching over the body. Cassie and Dawn work with the police to learn rather Sabrina’s death was an accident or murder. Omen is involved with the solution. I highly recommend this book.

Disclosure: Many thanks to Kensington Books for a review copy. The opinions expressed are my own.

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5 Responses to FERAL ATTRACTION  by Eileen Watkins

  1. Sounds like a good one.

  2. bmary8222 says:

    I enjoyed this a lot.

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