Christeve the Cat Finds her Home – Day 3

Sitting between mountains and watched by the moon, with hummingbirds weaving their love, this true story is told in the Magical Town of Crickadoon.



The morning after Wise Owl’s visit, the Little Cat woke to hear Rooster calling his morning song…..

He called……’Come play with me all day long’


After a wonderful day of fun and play, Little Cat fell into a deep sleep. 


Little Cat woke from her dreams to find Rooster singing away…..and surrounded by beautiful hummingbirds. 


Sitting next to Little Cat in the tree was a Red Robin as sweet as can be.

Robin told the little Cat that she would never be alone, because hummingbirds were alway near, helping her to find a new home of her own……


Next morning, Red Robin called to the Little Cat….’Can you see, can you see?’


The Little Cat could see that the magical Town of Crickadoon was completely covered in snow!

Everywhere the Little Cat Looked, there was a very special glow…..


The story will be continued tomorrow……..

A Bientôt


8 thoughts on “Christeve the Cat Finds her Home – Day 3

    1. janetweightreed10 Post author

      Thank you so much, Olga….it means a great deal to receive this compliment from you. I self published it in a small book form which is available through the products page on my website
      I have also given the book to schools and encouraged children to paint their own illustrations inspired by the story.
      There’s quite a long personal story behind Christeve the Cat – some of which I will share when I finish the story.
      HOpe you are holding up during the holiday season:)

      1. olganm

        Sounds good. I’ll check it out and look forward for more information. Thanks. I Hope you’re doing well too. I have a friend coming shortly after Christmas for a few days so I’m trying to get ready…

  1. teagan geneviene

    I agree with Olga — a coffee table book. 😀 But i know the difficulties. People often ask me to do things with my serials that i know can’t be done without taking away the elements that make them unique.
    Thank you for sharing this with us. It’s a gift. 🐱

    1. janetweightreed10 Post author

      Hi Dear Teagan, As I mentioned to Olga…I did self publish the story as a small book which is available through the products page on my website – and have given the book to schools, encouraging the children to paint their own versions of Christeve and the other characters in the book.

      I will share more about Christeve the Cat and the significance she had in my life after I finish the actual story.

      Have a lovely day. Janet:)


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