Yes, I am still looking for cats to co-star in book three of the Harry the Wonder Cat series. If you haven’t yet sent pictures and one personality trait, please do, and your cat will be famous.
The next two cats that I want to introduce you to are Flea and her brother, Whiskey.
Flea is a bundle of energy, and she loves to play. Like Ollie (from the first book), she also likes to snuggle. Harry will have to rein her in because she is also a little pyscho.
Whiskey was a singer in a rock band until he started biting the audience if they didn’t like the song that he was singing. The other cats couldn’t stand for that, and after three warnings, Whiskey was thrown out of the band. Harry will find a place on his team for this rejected boy.
I have introduced five cats who are lucky enough to be joining Harry on his adventure in Greece. I have a lot more applications to go through. Please take a gander at the following contestants.
The next cat co-star is Dewey. You may remember Dewey from Book 1, The Legend of the Pink Diamond. He’s the only co-star who gets to appear in more than one book. Harry needs this lightning-fast, feisty feline to help him maneuver around the Greek Island of Syros. Of course, the cats from the sanctuary will be there to lend a hand, too.
Rosie is the second one that I’ll introduce you to this week. She has an exceptional talent; she can moonwalk, which will come in handy when Harry needs a feline to creep silently on window ledges.
Next week, I’ll be bringing more cats along for the ride.
As I told you last week, I’m looking for cats to play parts in my next Harry the Wonder Cat book. This book is set in Greece, and I need lots of cats to fill the parts of the cats in the sanctuary. You have already met Loki and Lyla May, this week I want to introduce you to three more famous cats.
Charlie is a loveable cat, which will come in handy when Harry needs a distraction.
Both Reginald and Midnight love watching TV. Will Harry train them to be his lookouts?
I have a lot more cats to introduce you to. See ya next week.
Remember, if your cat wants to join Harry and his Greek gang, post a picture with the name of your cat. Please include one personality trait. It promises to be an exciting trip.
I am finishing up the Harry the Wonder Cat Series with Book 3. Harry and his charge, Nikki, and their roommate, Heather, are going to Greece. Someone is out to kill them for the Pink Diamond, and Harry and his Greek gang will have their paws full keeping Nikki and Heather safe.
I am calling for all of the cats who want to go to Greece with Harry. They will be cast as the cats Harry and Luna meet in the Greek Cat Sanctuary. Harry will enlist them to help to find the crooks.
In the next few weeks, I will be sharing all of the co-stars that have signed up so far.
This week, I am introducing two very special cats, Loki and Lyla May.
Loki is the king of the street thugs. He is a tough, no-nonsense cat.
Lyla May is a quiet cat, and you know what they say about the silent type. She is one sleuth that doesn’t mess around.
If your cat wants to join Harry and his Greek gang, post a picture with the name of your cat. Please include one personality trait. It promises to be an exciting trip.
When I decided to create the character for Harry the Wonder Cat, I had to look no further than my Monkeyface, the first cat I ever had. Twenty years ago, Monkey and I met and it was love at first sight. The big Maine Coon was the gentlest creature that I’ve ever known. He was fiercely loyal to me and protected me from the people that he considered bad. (Cats are like that…they can smell trouble a mile off.) I, in turn, protected him from everything from the rustling of a paper bag (he hated paper bags) to the loud claps of thunder in the mountain sky.
Now, I know you’ll think that Harry doesn’t sound at all like Monkeyface, and you would be right when it comes down to fears. After all, Harry isn’t afraid of anything. You must remember, however, Monkeyface didn’t have the powers that Harry has.
Other than being fiercely protective of their person, Maine Coons are among the largest domestic cat, (the biggest was a cat named Stewie, who grew to be a whopping 48.5 inches. Harry’s 38 inches seem small next to him.)
While Harry grew to weigh over 30 pounds, Monkeyface weighed a mere 25 pounds. Maine Coons are known as the Gentle Giants of the cat world, but sometimes Harry uses his size to intimidate enemies.
I chose the Maine Coon breed for Harry the Wonder Cat in memory of my lovable Monkeyface who, in my mind, will always be my Wonder Cat.