The epidemic is spreading. The first documented case was decades ago. Then it was just a handful of sightings. Rumors. And of course the deaths. It’s common knowledge now. See a cat. Die within days. My sister doesn’t have much time. We have to act quickly. I’m just not sure what to do to help her. There is only one way she can save herself. She has to catch the cat.
Lark has watched her family succumb to the cat epidemic one by one. When she is at her most hopeless, a chance for a new and better life appears, but there is one thing she must do first. She has to catch a cat. Loss, betrayal , triumph, magic, and cats abound in this engaging novella for readers of all ages.