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.
The story of Catboy
told through very different eyes.
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Kirkus Reviews - September 1, 2012
"An interesting experiment in collaborative creation and complementary storytelling."
CM Magazine - September 7, 2012
is a good read, and it is obvious that Walters has a very intimate knowledge of his subject matter. He captures the tension between the different animals and humans quite well. Walters also touches on the impact of the human environment and human activities on the feral cat colonies...I would highly recommend Walters' Hunter
to be included in a public or school library collection."
Tucson Unified School District - May 23, 2013
"A simple but lively adventure that would appeal to young readers."