James is a recovering drug junkie who is attempting to sort his life out, filling in as a road artist in London. Bob is a ginger stray cat who one day shows up on the doorstep of James’ apartment complex needing food and TLC and with a character that gets the hearts of everybody around him. These two interesting spirits from that point on structure a common friendship. James hardly makes a decent living by playing his guitar in the city of London, generally overlooked by the occupied bystanders. At some point, Bob follows him on the transport into town, serenely rides on his shoulders as they explore the roads to discover their corner, and afterward subsides into his guitar case as James begins to play. The pair continues on to selling The Big Issue, a magazine distributed in the interest of and sold by destitute or weakly housed individuals.
I don’t peruse books about animals, however this sure pulled at my heart strings and caused me to acknowledge everyone should meet the affection for a pet in some measure once in their lives.
This is an story of adoration and commitment and how some of the time we are sent little indications of help and support we simply need to figure out how to remember them. James was glad to the point that he focused on hanging out with the cat.
It is such a simple, sweet and a heart-warming story. Some themes the novel are devotion, trustworthiness, and friendship. James had to persevere through all the demotivating things said about him. Bob and James were both loyal to each other and trusted one another. Apart from the themes, justice does play a part in this story.
I really liked reading, because it was such a hearty story, one of the books that makes u obsessed. A Street Cat Named Bob would speak to all ages I believe, it’s written in extremely basic language, it is simply a decent tale about a man and his cat.