The Mysterious World of Cats: What Magic, Myths and Shamanism Teach Us About Their Secret Powers
by Herbie Brennan - £10.99 Hodder & Stoughton (2017) hardback
ISBN 13: 9781473638051 | ISBN 10: 1473638054
"In ancient times cats were worshipped a gods; they have not forgotten this." (Terry Pratchett)
Herbie Brennan is a New York Times bestselling author on the occult who has sold over ten million books world-wide - including in France, Germany and Italy.
Here he writes a delightful short but definitive guide to cat lore, weaving together myth, magic, anecdote, fascinating, amusing factoids and even scientific research - from the Egyptian cat goddess Bastet to Macavity the Mystery Cat.
Here at last is the book that proves to you that everything you suspected about your cat's uncanny powers of intuition, hypnosis, mind-reading, bi-location and levitation are in fact all true!
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