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The Costwolds' town of Stourton-on-the-Hill has its very own cat cafe. Resident cat Molly, and her kittens, live here in feline paradise, while owner Debbie serves the locals home-made goodies. But even in the most idyllic surroundings, things don't always go to plan . . .
When Debbie's heartbroken sister Linda arrives at the cafe, Debbie insists she move in. But Linda is not alone, and the cats are devastated with the arrival of Linda's dog, Beau. Sadly, Beau's arrival is not the only bombshell - now Molly's home is also under threat when a rival cat moves in on her turf.
With Christmas approaching, Molly is unsettled, barely roused by the promise of tinsel to play with. Fearing for her feline family she hopelessly stares out of the cafe window searching for an answer. Only a Christmas miracle could bring everyone together . . .
Christmas at the Cat Cafe is a wonderfully festive story, from the author of Molly and the Cat Cafe.
Molly, the cat who narrates British author Daley's gentle sequel to 2017's Molly and the Cat Caf , lives in kitty luxury at Molly's Cat Caf in the Cotswold town of Stourton-on-the-Hill with her five kittens; her human, caf owner Debbie Walsh; and Debbie's college-age daughter, Sophie. Their idyllic existence is disrupted by the arrival of Debbie's sister, Linda Fleming, and her yappy canine companion, Beau. Linda has left her husband, and, overcome with sisterly sympathy, Debbie has invited Linda to stay with them awhile. Molly's life is discombobulated even further when one of her kittens goes missing, another takes to wandering, and an imperious Siamese cat named Ming comes to live at the caf . To make matters worse, the humans' lives are not going smoothly, either. Unless Molly can figure a way to bring her family together, it won't be a very festive Christmas at Molly's Cat Caf . Nominally a mystery, this is a tale for cat lovers who enjoy a sweet, sentimental story.