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Meet The Team


Meet Willow & Friends

Willow, the newest addition to our family, is our first black cat. She was stuck in a garage and weighed less than one pound, when we pulled her out from behind a pipe. She was about three - four weeks old and came with a slew of health issues.

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About the Author

Linda Malik

I am a writer living in Los Angeles with my three cats Willow, Mina and Charlie. Over a span of eight years I found these helpless little creatures on the streets of Hollywood. Was it pure coincidence our paths crossed?


At age five I was trying to play dolls with my beloved cat, Minou - a sick kitten I had found curled up by the elevator of my childhood home. This was to be my first lesson in Cat. Forever etched into my left wrist is the mark of two deep claws - a love sealed in our blood pact.


I didn't know it at the time, but I had been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Cat at a very young age. I wear this mark as a badge of honor. Cats are in my blood, and  I enjoy writing about them. I hope you will enjoy the tales of my Hollywood kitties.

Willow (born circa June twenty sixteen), was pulled out from a hot garage off Sunset Boulevard on June Twenty Fifth, twenty sixteen. She was about three weeks old and weighed less than one pound.


Charlie (born mid June two thousand nine was found on Hollywood Boulevard in August of two thousand nine Around eight weeks old, he was very sick and stayed at the animal hospital for eight days.


Charlie wears his tuxedo very well, don't you think_🐈😸🐾 #blackcat #blackkitten #rescuek

Mina (born circa June two thousand eight) was dropped off in a shoe box at our vet's office on Sunset Boulevard. The mysterious drop off happened while I was in the other room.


Mina, my sister. She was dumped on Sunset Blvd as a itty bitty kitten.jpg
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