Eight-year-old Lily is always surrounded by animals. Her mum works
at an RSPCA centre as an Animal Care Assistant. Lily thinks it's
the best job ever.
Sometimes Mum has to care for animals at home, and on one rainy evening,
Mum arrives with three tiny kittens. The poor things have
been abandoned, and Lily and Mum must stay up through the night
to look after them. But there's another member of Lily's family that
wants to help - Poppy their crossbreed dog gently mothers the
kittens in their basket. Poppy was brought to the RSPCA as a tiny
puppy and was handreared herself. Together, Mum, Lily and Poppy
will be able to nurse the kittens back to health.
This is Book 4 in the RSPCA Series. See all RSPCA books here.
Sue Mongredien has written over one hundred books, including the Oliver Moon series and The Secret Mermaid series. She lives in Bath with her husband and three young children.More about Sue Mongredien