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Cats in the City of Plague (Paperback)
As a great pandemic ravages a city in Medieval France, superstitious humans begin to blame cats. Instead of being petted and adored, cats are thrown out of their homes, killed, and burned without explanation. Leander is a feline who can't understand the recent events. He and his fellow cats never did anything wrong, and according to the legend of Le Chat, humans and cats are supposed to have an understanding. When he is forced out of his home, Leander must leave behind his life of comfort to seek safety. Along with several other cats, Leander aims to flee the city and return to the wild where his kind once lived. But time is running out. Will they make it, and if they do will these city cats learn to survive in the wild? In this historical novel, a resourceful cat and his feline friends must escape their French town and survive the night after superstitious humans blame them for a great pandemic.