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Trouble at the Cat Cafe

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The second book in this heart-warming series about the residents of Poppy's Place cat cafe! Isla is overjoyed that Mum has agreed to look into the idea of opening a cat cafe. It means Poppy and Roo can be the family's forever cats, and there'll be lots of other cats coming and going, too! But as they research the idea, the `to do' list just gets longer. Can the family rally together to solve the problems or will this be the end of Isla's dream?

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