The tiny kitten mewed in the clutches of the evil Dogzilla the Dastardly. He had given up all hope of ever seeing his food bowl again.
But what was that? Flying through the air was Super Cici to the rescue. Faster than a speeding furball, she swooped down and scooped up the kitten from Dogzilla’s terrible jaws.
Yet another amazing rescue by the fabulous Super Cici.
Cecilia yawned. She opened her eyes and stretched. That had been an awesome dream, but now she was hungry.
Want to keep reading? You’re in luck, Cecilia’s Tale, story by Debbie Manber Kupfer with illustrations by Victoria Szulc is now available everywhere including Amazon, Nook, iTunes, Kobo and more, and for a limited time is just 99 cents/99p on ebook. Plus as a bonus if you pick up a copy today in either ebook or paperback and send me a confirmation number I’ll send you a code for a free audio book of the tale recorded by the awesome Fiona Thraille.
Hi everyone. A lot seems to be happening at once of late. I have another new release. Cecilia’s Tale started it’s life as a little story on a blog, Cici’s Place, I ran many years ago. The story was inspired by my real-life kitty, Cecilia T. Cat (or Cici for short) who found me and adopted me while I was living in Israel.
Cecilia’s Tale is now available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle. It includes illustrations from a wonderful local artist and friend, Victoria Szulc.
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“Hello everyone. My name is Lilith and I live at the P.A.W.S. Institute of the Midwest in St. Louis, MO. My animagus form is a white Persian cat, which fits me perfectly. My special power is prescience. Sometimes I see visions of the future, though it’s hard to interpret them.
I recently gained a roommate at P.A.W.S. a shapeshifter cat from New York, Miri Katz. I’m not real happy about sharing my room. It kind of cramps my style. I’ve just started dating the Egyptian exchange student, Zamir, and it’s hard to find a private space now I have a roommate.
Anyhow I think I’ll take a nap now – in my cat form of course. Goodnight.”
“Meow – my name’s Kitty. I’m a brown tabby.”
“And my name’s Susie. I’m a black and white cat. As you can see we are both very beautiful.”
“Up until recently we lived in a small apartment in the Lower East Side of Manhattan with Miri Katz and her omama, Celia.”
“Celia made us wonderful food – tender chicken, white fish and goulash stews. We were never hungry and certainly never ate any of that icky ‘cat food’.”
“Unfortunately Celia passed away and we were pushed out onto the street by a horrible woman in high heels and a fur jacket.”
“But as luck would have it we were taken in the next day by Miri’s neighbor and friend, Jenny. We still miss Miri of course, as does Jenny and wonder if she ever thinks about us.”
“Greetings, I am Griddlebone, the first of the Werecats. I was born in Vienna to an ordinary Jewish family and was taken by the Nazis as a teenager. They took me to a laboratory where I met Dr. Weschler.
The scientist merged my essence with that of a street tabby and created more than he bargained for. I rose up that night – I tripled my size, attacked my captors, and escaped into the night.
I took refuge in an empty warehouse on Glocken Street. From this headquarters I conducted raids on the Nazi facilities and rescued other werecats.
You can read my full story in Griddlebone and look out from me in Umbrae.”
“Shalom, I’m Finny the werecat. As far as I know I’m the only werecat left in the above world outside of Umbrae. I was born in Vienna many years ago. I am the granddaughter of the original werecat, Griddlebone.
After the war the werecats of Vienna were hounded by the werewolves of Alistair’s pack. I escaped to Umbrae with my sister, Liza, and we made it all the way to the Holy Land. Sadly Liza didn’t survive for long, but at least she got to see Israel.
Today I live in Safed in the Hakessem compound. The Hakessem family are an old magical family that have an affinity with cats.
I have not changed back into my human form for a long time. I don’t see the point; things are much simply as a cat.
I was recently interviewed by S.A. Gibson – for some reason he found my life interesting. You can read the interview here if you wish.
I have to go now. This has all been very trying and I need a nap.”