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Honeyburn Books (UK)

2012 A Street Cat Named Bob - James Bowen(Hodder & Stoughton)

2012 A Street Cat Named Bob - James Bowen(Hodder & Stoughton)

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"A Street Cat Named Bob" is a heartwarming and inspiring memoir written by James Bowen. The book recounts the true story of James, a struggling street musician and recovering drug addict in London, and Bob, a ginger tomcat he stumbles upon one day.

James is battling loneliness, poverty, and addiction as he tries to turn his life around. He forms an unlikely bond with Bob, who refuses to leave his side. Together, they face the challenges of life on the streets, relying on each other for support and companionship.

As James and Bob navigate through the ups and downs of their lives, their bond grows stronger, bringing joy and hope to both of them. With Bob by his side, James starts performing in the streets of Covent Garden, attracting attention and capturing the hearts of passersby. Eventually, their story catches the attention of the media, leading them to fame and changing their lives forever.

"A Street Cat Named Bob" is more than just a heartwarming tale of a man and his cat. It sheds light on the struggles faced by those living on the streets, the power of friendship, and the potential for redemption and change. James's story serves as an inspiration to many, reminding readers that even in the darkest of times, there is always a glimmer of hope.

The book was published in 2012 and became an international bestseller. It has since been adapted into a film, capturing the essence of James and Bob's extraordinary journey.

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