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Aunt Cynthia's Persian Cat

by L. M. Montgomery

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Originally published in "Further Chronicles of Avonlea," this is an 'Anne of Green Gables"-related story. I hadn't read it before, but I recognized the setting and the style from the Montgomery books in the series that I'd read as a girl.

Two young women, living on their own, are pressured into cat-sitting their aunt's treasured feline while she's out of town - even though neither of them like cats. Of course, something goes wrong, and they must appeal to a persistent suitor to come to the rescue.

The humor and attitudes here are quite dated, in a particularly twee way - but it's still not without its charm. ( )
  AltheaAnn | Feb 9, 2016 |
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