Quake Cats

  • Title: Quake Cats
  • Author: Craig Bullock
  • ISBN: 9781775535553
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback
  • Quake Cats These affecting Christchurch earthquake cat stories are perfect for all cat lovers There are odd and quirky stories funny stories sad stories and stories that will surprise you or make you chuckle Q
    These affecting Christchurch earthquake cat stories are perfect for all cat lovers There are odd and quirky stories, funny stories, sad stories and stories that will surprise you or make you chuckle.Quake Cats includes inspiring tales of cats who were lost but then reunited with their owners, and the many narrow escapes of miraculous cats with nine lives.There s Chippy whThese affecting Christchurch earthquake cat stories are perfect for all cat lovers There are odd and quirky stories, funny stories, sad stories and stories that will surprise you or make you chuckle.Quake Cats includes inspiring tales of cats who were lost but then reunited with their owners, and the many narrow escapes of miraculous cats with nine lives.There s Chippy who was found living in an abandoned fish and chip shop in the heart of the Red Zone, eating the old oil, and covered in it Max, who wandered about his suburb and found himself a new, loving family Meisha, who was giving birth when the earthquake struck, and whose owners had to coax her to carry on and the lions and cheetahs of Orana Wildlife Park, where the staff were relieved that the power stayed on, keeping the electric fences working so the animals didn t escape.Part of the proceeds of this book goes to help support the Christchurch cat charities working tirelessly to rehome cats that have become separated from their owners.

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    About Craig Bullock


    1. Craig Bullock was born on the small island of Guernsey, in the Channel Islands Whilst travelling in 2006 he fell in love with New Zealand, especially Christchurch and the diverse and unique wildlife and landscapes of the South Island Craig and his partner decided to make New Zealand their home, along with their three cats Jazz, Mr Tinkles and Millefeuille Craig has worked as a photographer for than 10 years and his work has featured in publications such as New Zealand Geographic, ANZANG and D Photo magazine Specialising in pet photography, his business FURtography led him to become the photographer for the acclaimed book Quake Dogs.


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    1. This is a sister book tobut this time Craig Bullock wrote the text as well as taking the absolutely stunning photos. Craig is truly gifted in getting the best shots of animals.My own view is that you only need to read one of these books, depending if you are a cat person or a dog person as it is more of the same - people behaving badly, animal lovers showing quite extraordinary generosity, traumatised animals, recovering animals. This book has the special feature of the big cats from the Orana W [...]

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    2. This book should be sold with a box of tissues. Humans are awesome and also awful. Cats are just awesome.

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    3. В сентябре 2010 года в небольшом городе Крайстчёрч в Новой Зеландии произошло сильное землетрясение. За ним последовала серия толчков всех возможных магнитуд, включая достаточно сильное землетрясение в феврале 2011. От всего этого город пострадал достаточно сильно, разрушен [...]

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    4. Lots of short stories about cats and their humans and what happened during the earthquakes in Christchurch. Some show how little regard people have for their cats, some show how much people care and are prepared to do for their cats. Many of the cats were helped in some way by cat rescues, and yet there's nothing more than a few mentions of how many cats they have saved, rehomed and reunited with their families. I would have liked to read a good few stories from the rescues since it seems so rel [...]

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    5. Quite a difficult book to read. Beautiful photos. Some sad stories. A lot of stories about breeders. There's a sense that many cats were left in the aftermath as people scattered away from Christchurch. I'm wondering if less would have been more, story wise.

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    6. Some good bits, but way too many stories from breeders and not enough from rescues. Nowhere near as good as Quake Dogs.

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    7. A very moving book

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