Book Reviews of The Cat Who Went to Paris

The Cat Who Went to Paris
The Cat Who Went to Paris
Author: Peter Gethers
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ISBN-13: 9780449907634
ISBN-10: 0449907635
Publication Date: 10/6/1992
Pages: 208
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 35 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 12
This true story is heartwarming and touching, yet funny and entertaining. Norton is an amazing cat, and theirs is an amazing relationship. Who would have thought that a cat could teach his owner so much about life and love? This is definitely not a book for cat haters!
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Helpful Score: 2
I loved this book. Anyone who likes cats will enjoy this book.
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Helpful Score: 2
The story of The Cat Who Went to Paris is a wonderful read and is a love story between cat and owner. It is written with a lot of wit and even more love.

This is the story of a cat named Norton, who is no ordinary cat. The story follows Norton's adventures in his early kittenhood, along with Peter, his "dad".

The cat, Norton, is at once endearing and unique. Peter Gethers is not the only one to fall in love with Norton, as will anyone who reads this book. This is a beautiful story for any cat lover as well as anyone who loves a great love story.

There are two more books in this series, can't wait to read those!
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Helpful Score: 1
Norton is so adorable ... everyone falls in love with this Scottish Fold. Its not so much about Norton going to Paris, as its about him going everywhere that Peter goes. Some of his adventures are close to unbelivable, compared to my common domestic felines.
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Helpful Score: 1
Anyone who loves cats will love Norton!! His travels through Paris will stay with you long after you've finished the book!!
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Helpful Score: 1
All cat lovers will love this book! What an amazing cat!!! Enjoyed meeting Norton!
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A lot about the cat and a great deal about the author and his girlfriends.
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Most books about cats involve female "owners", but the amazing Norton is adopted by Peter Gethers. The events that unfold as Norton opens the world for him are unbelievably charming. It will make a cat lover out of any dog person! Short read, but chock full of goodness.
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Maybe I was expecting too much but I can't say I liked this book.
I didn't like the too many reference about TV shows and old movie,nor I liked the name dropping.
I'm happy to know that there are people that decide to give the benefit of the doubt to an animal,instead of hating it for no reason other than its specie,and I'm glad Mr. Gethers, thanks to Norton, figured out that while a cat may be true to its feline nature,it has also an individual personality.
Hopefully this book will inspire more people to look animals in a different way.
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The Cat Who Went To Paris by Peter Gethers.
Although, I do not own a cat, this book sure makes me want to own one! If you love to travel or simply love your pet(s) then this book is for you! I highly recommend this book and it is sure to put a smile on your dial!

~TripleMRocks
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This ISBN is an abridgement. It runs approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes, on 2 cassettes.
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Very very cute. I wish it weren't Anthony Heald who was narrating this, because he makes the author sound either VERY pompous or an insufferable poof, which I'm pretty sure that he's not. (Not that there is anything wrong with that)I loved the story, though...very charming and sweet.
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This is for CAT Lovers, it is a true story which is the best reason to listen to it. He has 3 books about Norton this is the first.