HunterBook - 2012
It was a big rat. So big, Hunter considered stopping and eating some of it before carrying it the rest of the way back to his den. He approached the colony. Already he could sense several cats nearby. He knew he would have an audience when he arrived. That was fine. That was good. To bring back his catch for all to see only confirmed his status as the best hunter in the colony. A rat was a formidable opponent, especially one this big. But he was Hunter. Only a skilled hunter, a brave hunter, would even attempt to take on a rat. Will Hunter ever be able to trust humans? Hunter knows humans are dangerous to himself and the other cats of his colony. He avoids them, as all wild cats should. So when a neighborhood boy starts showing up in Hunter's junkyard to chase away dogs and bring the colony food, Hunter keeps his distance. But a new condo development puts the whole colony in danger, and Hunter soon realizes the only way to save his family is to put his trust in the boy.
Publisher: Victoria, B.C. : Orca Book Pub., 2012
Description: 199 p. : 19 cm
Branch Call Number: j Walt *
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