This cat that changed my life from Anne-Claire Gagnon

In the book This cat that changed my life, you will not read a story but about fifty stories between a cat and their master. This book is written by Anne-Claire Gagnon and moreover prefaced by Matthieu Ricard. In this fifty or so true story, she reminds us how much a cat can take such an important place in life.

Cat stories, but deep stories

The author Anne-Claire Gagnon has been a veterinarian for over 25 years and throughout her career, she has observed this symbiosis between the cat and its master. In her profession as a veterinarian for feline behavior, she has worked with masters every day whose relationship with animals is exceptional.

Prefaced by Matthieu Ricard who notably wrote the art of meditation, also Buddhist monk and philosopher and fervent defender of benevolence towards all living beings.

50 stories between a cat and humans

The book offers some fifty beautiful stories, telling this relationship between cat and man of various personalists. More or less known but also anonymous, these people have one thing in common, they all have a cat, which has been essential in their life choices.

Among the testimonies there are well-known personalities, each testifying to the important part their cat has taken for years, sometimes pushing them to make life choices for him. We will notably mention Stanislas Merhar (actor), Muriel Barbery (writer), Philippe Muyl (director), Bernard Vercruyce (painter) and with them also journalists, teachers, breeders …

With each story, we discover a new facet of this complex and beautiful world of cats, a world that has always intrigued us. They show above all the complicity of the relationship of men with their cats.

The author in this book shows us above all the impact that cats have in their life, professional orientation, personality building, way of going through painful passages.

This cat that changed my life, a flitting book

This book is very pleasant to read, the 50 stories are more or less long, not more than news. We read them very easily, we let ourselves be captivated very quickly. We choose them, fluttering, or after a milking. They are all terribly endearing.

The work of Anne Claire Gagnon and the portraits ofTabby kitten

cats that she presents to us, painted with delicacy, tenderness and compassion, to encourage us to extend to animals the kindness that too often we reserve for our fellows.

We all have deep in our hearts, souls or guts an emblematic cat, which purrs, or has remained across our throats, knotted under the assaults of its claws.

We all have deep in our hearts, souls or guts an emblematic cat, which purrs, or has remained across our throats, knotted under the assaults of its claws.

A free one that I strongly advise you, whether you are in love with cats or not. It was also a cat lover who advised me, Laurent from Univers Chat, a true enthusiast and defender of the well-being of cats.

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