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  • Published: 15 October 2010
  • ISBN: 9781407081120
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 272
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Forever Norton

The Perfect Cat, his Flawed Human and Life's Greatest Lesson




The third and final international bestseller about Norton, the extraordinary floppy-eared Scottish Fold cat and his human Peter

‘The wonderful thing about having a relationship with a cat is that it can bring you to something truly extraordinary and life-changing’

There comes a time in every cat’s life when his schedule slows down, and he struggles with aches and pains. Peter has been inseparable from his Scottish Fold cat Norton for fourteen years, and now he has to learn how to deal with death and grief.

But Norton has taught Peter much more than this. How to live life on your own terms, and how to appreciate and savour the joyful times that come along while we’re here on earth.

Forever Norton is a deeply moving and life-affirming tribute to a humble little animal, who understood the meaning of true friendship.

  • Pub date: 15 October 2010
  • ISBN: 9781407081120
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 272

About the Author

Peter Gethers

Peter Gethers has spent ten years chronicling the life of his extraordinary cat. When he has free time, he's a novelist, publisher and screenwriter. He lives in New York City, Sag Harbor and Sicily.

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Praise for Forever Norton

“Peter Gethers' trio of books about the globe-trotting Norton are witty and warm. We not only learn of Norton's sweet personality but also about the author's feelings about what really matters when it comes to love and cats”

Vicki Myron, author of DEWEY

“Gethers captures the joy and sadness of loving and losing a pet. Bottom line: Tuesdays with Norton”

People

“Nine lives wasn't enough for Norton. He needed ten! I'll miss my literary friend”

Rita Mae Brown

“Laugh-out-loud and tear-jerking recollections: Gethers makes Norton an immortal, delivering an affecting narrative that belongs on the bookshelf of all cat fanciers”

Kirkus Reviews


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