Kitty and Shep

Kitty and Shep Kitty used to be Jennie Livingston s valuable Chartreux cat Thanks to celebrity shaman Carlos she is now a beautiful young woman with a feisty personality a French accent and an obsession with Scar

  • Title: Kitty and Shep
  • Author: Mario Barrera
  • ISBN: 9781457532511
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kitty used to be Jennie Livingston s valuable Chartreux cat Thanks to celebrity shaman Carlos, she is now a beautiful young woman with a feisty personality, a French accent, and an obsession with Scarlett O Hara as her human role model Before long, Kitty is trying to break up Jennie s budding romance with Hollywood screenwriter Casey Chandler and set her up with Carlos iKitty used to be Jennie Livingston s valuable Chartreux cat Thanks to celebrity shaman Carlos, she is now a beautiful young woman with a feisty personality, a French accent, and an obsession with Scarlett O Hara as her human role model Before long, Kitty is trying to break up Jennie s budding romance with Hollywood screenwriter Casey Chandler and set her up with Carlos instead When not playing matchmaker, Kitty amuses herself by harassing Casey s English Sheepdog Shep, who used to chase her up trees in her previous life But when Carlos transforms Shep into a handsome young British chap, Kitty decides she wants to play Juliet to Shep s Romeo Romance is put on hold when Mickey Souris, Jennie s disgruntled ex, kidnaps Kitty to change her back into a cat and breed her for money A rescue mission by Jennie, Carlos and Shep leads to a climactic battle and some surprising results Mario Barrera grew up in Mission, a South Texas border town After graduating from the University of Texas, he spent the sixties in graduate school at UC Berkeley During his subsequent academic career he taught politics, film analysis, screen writing and ethnic studies on five University of California campuses He was one of the founders of the field of Chicano Studies in the nineteen seventies His best known book is Race and Class in the Southwest 1979 His film credits include the documentaries Chicano Park and Latino Stories of World War II, plus the comedy short The Party Line His current project is a memoir.

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