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Yes, I know, if some people believe the moon landing was faked, one could believe this was all photo-shopped or whatever, but I'm a believer But no, it really happened and because it happened, two very sad lives got much better. Good things still seem to be happening to James and Bob, and that's another of the best things about the book. It's not soaring prose or deeply philosophical musings, it just a sweet, amazing story about a sweet man and an amazing cat, and that's the best thing.

View all 8 comments. James Bowen is a recovering drug addict living in accommodate housing in London. One day he sees a male, ginger cat in the hallway near his flat. Last thing he needs is a pet when he is living hand-to-mouth, but the two take a shine to each other. James notices the ginger tom cat is injured. Soon the street cat, who he names Bob, is on the road to recovery. Many adventures -- both good and bad -- await this inseparable duo.

This intelligent cat, who James Bowen is a recovering drug addict living in accommodate housing in London. This intelligent cat, who saved James's life, would become famous with the locals and tourists. He can even be found on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. I'm not one for reading biographies, but I sure am glad I read about James and Bob. I definitely recommend this book. View all 16 comments. I hear they are making a movie, and I hope they keep this natural account without making it too Hollywood.

A story about true companionship, and not only that, but how unique Bob is himself. I have had cats all my life, and I am pretty sure none of them would sit with me on the bus, in the street or anywhere other than when they are in a safe haven of home. This truly is a unique connection and friendship. It is a story about how love and friendship in whatever form can turn a person or cats life around. Bob gave James purpose, and helped him to kick a 10 year habit that he had merely teetered on giving up for good.

And for once a happy story! By the end you will be on YouTube looking for videos of Bob! At no point are there any concerns for Bobs welfare, he is very happy where he is! View 1 comment. Sweet tale, not too exciting but a nice read. And a true story which makes things more interesting. And I love cats so I must admit I was torn before I read this book.

I mean, I'm moggy obsessed, but also word mad, and had read a few reviews commenting on how poorly written this book is. Now I've finished it, I can quite safely say: some people are stupid. This isn't meant to be a challenging read or a work of great literature. I actually thought the simple narrative made it really easy to see what James thought of Bob - his excitable use of language wh I must admit I was torn before I read this book.

I actually thought the simple narrative made it really easy to see what James thought of Bob - his excitable use of language when it came to Bob was heartwarming. Reading this book really restores your faith in humanity - that people are good, thoughtful and kind. It also struck a chord with me as I have had a 'challenging' time before I found my own 'Bob'.

Well, he found me I thought this book would be a heartwarming story of an interesting cat living through some tough times on the street, that would probably make me cry and probably end in the cat's death. In fact, the cat does not die by the end which is a good thing!

What we have here is a self-pitying tale of woe by a semi-homeless junkie who happens upon Bob the Cat outside his flat and they start hanging out together as he goes about his day to I thought this book would be a heartwarming story of an interesting cat living through some tough times on the street, that would probably make me cry and probably end in the cat's death.

What we have here is a self-pitying tale of woe by a semi-homeless junkie who happens upon Bob the Cat outside his flat and they start hanging out together as he goes about his day to day life of busking, methadone and feeling like the world is against him and he never had a break. It seems to me like he threw away so many breaks and got himself into his mess that I had very little sympathy for him, and his judgements about 'chuggers' and 'Staffordshire Terrier owners' were pretty irritating too.

Not enough cat and too much twat. View all 14 comments. I believe they can heal, teach, and push us to be better people" - Neil Abramson from his book unsaid I'd say this quote sums up this book pretty well. James Bowen writes with absolute honesty and describes life on the streets really well and I feel like I learned a lot from this book; about animals, humans, and London!

His story really touched me and I felt a great connection to him that by the end of the book I felt genuinely PROUD of him for getti "I've come to believe in the power of animals. His story really touched me and I felt a great connection to him that by the end of the book I felt genuinely PROUD of him for getting so far and never giving up.

I found it really interesting when he said that before he had Bob he felt invisible but as soon as he got him people started noticing them everywhere and were much more friendly. I'm totally aware he mentioned this in good light but I just couldn't help feeling a little sad about how we rarely really see each other.

Now for Bob, I had to fight the crazy urge to squeeze the book whenever my eye fell on the ohmygodidsqueezehimtodeath cover. Being the crazy cat lady that I proudly am, I fell in love with every single detail about Bob and he did remind me a lot of my own cat which obviously doubled his adorableness by Let me just say that this book was very enjoyable and full of hope and I def recommend it to everyone.

James Bowen was a homeless man living on the streets of London, addicted to drugs and in a bad way, eventually after spending time in homeless hostels he was given his own flat in sheltered accommodation block in North London. One day in a chance meeting with a ginger Tom cat that James decided to call "Bob" would change and turnaround his life.

This is a charming, lovely, heart-warming true story of young man busking in central London along with his new companion the street cat Bob. They s James Bowen was a homeless man living on the streets of London, addicted to drugs and in a bad way, eventually after spending time in homeless hostels he was given his own flat in sheltered accommodation block in North London.

They share a past filled with problems but together they rebuild each others lives through adventures and some scrapes. I can't recommend this book more highly, it made me smile and brought a tear to my eye and has forever changed my view of homeless people. Wonderful, please give it a try! If you're a cat lover, dog lover, or animal lover, this story brings home how much an animal baby can make life sweeter and more fulfilling. It takes a non negotiable, selfless commitment to care for an animal, and it's not for everyone.

In James's case, it took something special for him to bring Bob into his life and to take full responsibility for him. In the end, he got more unconditional love in return then he could ever have possibly imagined. This book is a true to life, wonderfully heartwa If you're a cat lover, dog lover, or animal lover, this story brings home how much an animal baby can make life sweeter and more fulfilling.

This book is a true to life, wonderfully heartwarming, and an incredibly uplifting story that everyone can enjoy, no matter who you are. I fell in love with James and Bob! And I think you will too! I loved this heartwarming, uplifting, sometimes very funny, true story about James, a recovering drug addict, and the ailing ginger tomcat he finds, nurses back to health, and adopts as his own. In return, this cat named Bob gives James his total devotion and even saves his life.

This is a delightful, feel-good read that any cat lover or animal lover will enjoy. I saw an iPhone video of James and Bob on YouTube, and you can tell that Bob is not only very handsome, but also an unusually intellige I loved this heartwarming, uplifting, sometimes very funny, true story about James, a recovering drug addict, and the ailing ginger tomcat he finds, nurses back to health, and adopts as his own.

I saw an iPhone video of James and Bob on YouTube, and you can tell that Bob is not only very handsome, but also an unusually intelligent cat with a lot of personality. As a huge cat lover, it will come as no surprise that the most inspirational and affecting book I have read so far this year is A Street Cat Named Bob by James Bowen. I first heard of James and Bob via their Twitter feed and couldn't wait to read their story, although I did have to wait as my local Waterstones had sold out within a few days of it being released!

James was living hand to mouth on the streets of London when he first met the injured ginger cat. He nursed him back to health and when As a huge cat lover, it will come as no surprise that the most inspirational and affecting book I have read so far this year is A Street Cat Named Bob by James Bowen. He nursed him back to health and when he was fully fit again, he tried to encourage him to go back on the streets believing him to be a stray.

Bob refused and was soon following James onto the bus and across London to James' job busking in Covent Garden. Since then the pair have been insperable and the best of friends and have appeared in newspapers and magazines and on news programmes across the globe.

I have read many stories about cats, but this is by far by favourite. Not only is Bob lovable, clever and a bit fiesty, James comes across as an incredibly warm and clever man, with a real knowledge about cats and the perfect owner for Bob. Their story is funny, emotional and uplifting and reminds you that all you need is a best friend to help you get through life.

There are some great pieces of information about cats and I was also surprised to learn exactly how the Big Issue works, something that I didn't quite understand before. Although there are some horrible tales of some unkind and ignorant Londoners, the lengths of other people's kindness towards James and Bob really restores your faith in human nature and the work of the RSPCA and the Blue Cross is fantastic. I have a feeling I shall be buying this as a present for my cat fan friends a lot this year and I find myself recommending it to anyone who will listen.

Please do read this book, you will not be disappionted! As a cat lover and owner of exactly the same breed of cat as Bob when my friend in my Book club told me about this book I had to read it!. This story is about James Bowen a recovering drug addict living in sheltered accommodation in London and making small amounts of money to survive the best way he can eg.

James one day returns home to find a ginger tom cat curled up in the hallway of his sheltered accommodation. James could not resist helping the cat he named Bo As a cat lover and owner of exactly the same breed of cat as Bob when my friend in my Book club told me about this book I had to read it!.

James could not resist helping the cat he named Bob. He nursed him and tried to send him on his way but Bob was having none of it and had other ideas!. Very soon Bob and James are an inseparable duo on the streets as James works and Bob sits at his feet attracting much attention from the public.

James can only just survive on the meagre amount of money he already makes so a decision to be a full time pet owner is not one he takes lightly. Both James and Bob have troubled pasts but together they form a firm companionship and bond. Life is not easy though for them both though, they face many obstacles and struggles but they have the love of each other and manage to overcome everything thrown at them.

This whole story was amazing I could not put the book down. People do not give cats credit for how clever they are and I know from growing up with cats and having one now they are very clever!. I could relate to the many things that Bob did that amazed James, just how your cat communicates with you in ways you know as the owner. I also learnt a lot in this book about the harsh streets, drugs, veterinary care and how nice people can be as well as horrible really. These two where kindred spirits destined to meet each other and for doing so both of their lives have dramatically changed for the better without giving too much away!

A few times reading this book I was choked with emotion and tearful and many more times I smiled whilst reading and kept reading out passages out to my husband who would roll his eyes at my enthusiasm! I am really sad to leave James and Bobs life now but 'Oh wait!

Bob has his own twitter account now'! And now from their new found stardom life can only improve financially for the duo and they wholeheartedly deserve it all enjoy James and Bob.!!! This is an amazing book about a man and his cat.

It is also a book about hope, friendship and getting another chance. It is a very uplifting book that takes you from the rough streets to the inconditional love of an animal, the true love of a friend. Here Bob and James met and the bonds of a life long friendship forms. I have to admit I am totally late to the Bob party. The first I knew about him and James was whilst doing my weekly shop when I came across this book which just jumped out at me and straight away I knew I had to read it, especially after reading the description.

James is brutally honest about his past and his drug addiction. Meeting Bob gives him something to focus on. James talks us through trying to come off drugs as well as his busking and working for the Big Issue. Also life on the streets is extremely volatile. Yet on the other hand we get to see just how many amazing people there are out there that are compassionate. Some people will go through this life and never have the relationship that these two have. One of the most inspirational books about life, addiction, relationships and that amazing bond between a man and an animal.

Fabulous read and one I will be shouting about for a long time to come. Oh my. This is a book that deserves every one of its five stars. The title basically says it all. It's about a former drug user whose life is on the rebound and is adopted by a stray sickly ginger kitten. After many attempts to locate the cat's owner, James adopts "Bob" and they become inseparable; first as a feline sidekick while James 'busked' for spare change and later to his selling "the Big Issue" a magazine published to help people get back on their feet and into the working world again wh Oh my.

After many attempts to locate the cat's owner, James adopts "Bob" and they become inseparable; first as a feline sidekick while James 'busked' for spare change and later to his selling "the Big Issue" a magazine published to help people get back on their feet and into the working world again while rehabilitating.

The story is heartfelt, warm and pure feel good. Such a remarkable cat, full of personality and cleverness. How many cats do you know get on the bus, find their way home and use the toilet? I absolutely loved it. The one thing I would have to wish different is the profanity.

I understand that it was written plain, 'just say it like it is'. And that is part of its appeal. It's almost as though the author is sitting in the living room and telling us a story. Warts and all. That's fine!

But I do think it could have been cleaned up a bit so younger audiences could enjoy it too. You know, just bleep it. Or how about, "He jumped up and down, cussing all the while". We get the point. And no one is offended. It's really not that difficult. All things considered though, I truly did love this story. Well done, James for getting your life back on track!! It's called "Bob, No Ordinary Cat". View all 13 comments. A lovely book. It's an emotional and touching personal story of a recovering drug addict getting his life back together, but there are also moments of humour, and I learned a lot too from the interesting insights into life on the streets and how the Big Issue works.

This is a well told story with some beautifully painted moments that made me feel like I was there - the description was so vivid that my heart pounded in the dramatic passages and I cried in the emotional bits. Some other reviewers A lovely book. Some other reviewers have been a bit snooty about the writing style - don't let them persuade you that this is not a well written book.

It is. It's not 'challenging' to read, by any means, but there is a place in the world for accessible story-telling as well as Joyce and Proust, and writing like this is a skill as much as any other. The only thing I would change about this book is that I didn't want it to end.

The book touched me deeply. I laughed, cried and again laughed. They do not believe in fate, if she appears before you in the guise of a mind-blowing red cat? When you have ceased to believe in a bright future, hand themselves down suddenly in the darkness, like a beam of light, you see a pair of cunning eyes.

Few people indifferent story about the life of Bob the cat and his master. Thanks to him I became more attentive to everything around him, especially to the "invisible" on the streets of t The book touched me deeply. Thanks to him I became more attentive to everything around him, especially to the "invisible" on the streets of their city. The book teaches us to believe in spite of everything in the victory over your weaknesses, friendship and human kindness.

A year 6 student mentioned this book when I asked what he had read recently and enjoyed. A couple days later he brought it in for me to read. I picked it up last night expecting to read for 30 minutes or so before bed but I ended up staying up until I finished it. It isn't very well written but it is extremely heart warming to read about the relationship that develops between James a recovering heroin junkie and Bob the street cat who befriends him.

Today when I told the student that I finishe A year 6 student mentioned this book when I asked what he had read recently and enjoyed. Today when I told the student that I finished the book he asked me if I thought it was appropriate for year 6 students. He didn't think it was because it talks about heroin. I suggested that some parents might not want their children reading about drug use but that at the same time, James talks about how he ended up on drugs and perhaps that might help some kids not end up going down the same path.

It's nice to be working with students who are reading books I like to read - instead of just the Rainbow Fairies, Magic Tree House and Beast Quest type of series preferred by younger students and my students in Tanzania who were all ESL and so were reading below a native English speakers grade level. This was a lovely read. Bob is such a character, reminds me of my Floof. I enjoyed this book very much. It's basically a love story about a man and the cat who he credits with saving his life.

James had been living on the streets of London trying to get his life together after being an addict for many years. After he met a stray cat, he became close to him and named him Bob. Jame's life improved when he had the responsibility of taking care of Bob.

This memoir has now become a film and I'm looking forward to seeing it! It also strengthened my resolve to adopt a pet, b I enjoyed this book very much. It also strengthened my resolve to adopt a pet, but I'm more of a dog person. The benefits that come with owning a pet are the same whether you choose a dog or a cat. I recommend this book highly! Jaymes Young - Infinity CKay - love nwantiti ah ah ah FelixThe1st - Own Brand Freestyle Yung Lean - Ginseng Strip Adele - Easy On Me Rich Brian Novalight - Obsession Gunna - pushin P feat.

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