Cats in Literature:

The Dalai Lama’s Cat” by David Michie…

by Michelle Fablo

Over the weekend, I devoured a new book I got to review from Hay House Visions, The Dalai Lama’s Cat by David Michie. I loved it so much I had to write this review immediately; I simply couldn’t hold in my enthusiasm any longer.

The Dalai Lama’s Cat is written from the perspective of a (self-described) gorgeous Himalayan who was rescued by the Dalai Lama’s staff and who spends copious amounts of time around His Holiness and those closest to him.

As you might imagine, “Bodhi catva” is privy to many spiritually intense conversations, and not only does she recount some the most important nuggets of Buddhism, she also applies the principles to her own life as she continues to strive to live up to her title of HHC (His Holiness’s Cat). We also get a clue into the feline mind on issues such as playing the cello, “as we cats refer to that most delicate part of our grooming regimen when we attend to our nether regions.”

the review continues here…


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