New Inspirational Book Raises Awareness of the Plight of Street Cats

Motivated by the resilience of cats as they face adversity and misfortune in their struggle to survive, author Elizabeth Cee is determined to bring increased awareness to the issue as she works to rehome a colony of cats living in a college carpark.
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Ceci: The Misjudged Rescue Cat
Ceci: The Misjudged Rescue Cat
NEW YORK & SYDNEY - Nov. 16, 2020 - PRLog -- When Ceci was born in a carpark located on a college campus, the odds were already stacked against her. As the runt of the litter, Ceci couldn't keep up with her brothers and sister, who were quickly rescued and rehomed. Elizabeth Cee never set out to write a book about these cats, but as she started caring for them she knew this was a story that needed to be shared. Ceci: The Misjudged Rescue Cat is based on her journey with these felines and is intended to help educate and increase awareness of the issues faced by the homeless population of cats everywhere.

Elizabeth's work to help as many cats as possible stems from her steadfast beliefs, positive outlook, and determination. "I believe all cats can be both socialized to some extent and rescued, but it takes time to find someone with the compassion, tolerance, and patience necessary to gain their trust. Once the cats trust someone, they will become affectionate and loving, like other house cats."

Early reviews for Ceci: The Misjudged Rescue Cat praise the author's efforts. Reader Views says, "The writing is endearing and intimate. Her deep devotion to the cat colony keeps the reader turning the pages in hopes of a happy ending for all the cats involved." One Amazon reviewer states, "This book provides sound advice for helping feral cats. Ms. Cee is a talented author and more importantly, a very caring human being." Author Timea Tokes adds, Cute kittens and a woman with a heart of gold...What could go wrong? Yes, just about anything and everything, and the story portrayed that beautifully."

Elizabeth Cee continues to feed and monitor the health of street cats, along with working on socializing them, and finding people to foster or adopt them. She hopes Ceci's story will inspire more people to help and get involved.

About the Author

Elizabeth Cee
knew little about cats when she started to help a group that was living rough in a college carpark. She was surprised to learn cats have different personalities, complex emotions and learning behaviours just as humans do. Her inspiration evolved into a desire to help them in whatever way she could, feeding them and trying to rehome them where possible. With a growing army of supporters, she is continuing in her work with the cat colony.

Ceci: The Misjudged Rescue Cat (ASIN: B08GY5FVH8, PublishMyBook.Online 2020) is available for purchase on Amazon, Kobo, AbeBooks, and the Book Depository. For more information, visit Publicity contact: Review copies available upon request.


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