Seriously Mum, How Many Cats?

Seriously Mum, How Many Cats?

Alan Parks / Dec 06, 2019

Seriously Mum How Many Cats After six years of living in the olive groves of Andalucia Alan and Lorna should have adjusted to Spanish life but things never seem to run smoothly When Lily the alpaca falls pregnant they are in

  • Title: Seriously Mum, How Many Cats?
  • Author: Alan Parks
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  • Page: 125
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  • After six years of living in the olive groves of Andalucia, Alan and Lorna should have adjusted to Spanish life, but things never seem to run smoothly When Lily the alpaca falls pregnant, they are in for an anxious few months as they battle against the odds to keep themselves afloat In Seriously Mum, How Many Cats there is concern that the cats are going to take over thAfter six years of living in the olive groves of Andalucia, Alan and Lorna should have adjusted to Spanish life, but things never seem to run smoothly When Lily the alpaca falls pregnant, they are in for an anxious few months as they battle against the odds to keep themselves afloat In Seriously Mum, How Many Cats there is concern that the cats are going to take over the farm There are cats in the barn, cats in the garden and even a cat invasion in the bedroom one night Exploding tyres, flamenco dancing, religious parades and, of course, all your favourite animals return once again to entertain you in the latest story about these much loved expats.

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    1. A delightful sequel to life at the Olive Mill for Alan and Lorna. Cats, allows us reader to again be part of the a path that many of us would like to take but won't risk taking. Alan's ability to portray scenarios has grown making it much easier for the reader to be part of the life, the highs and lows that it sends at us. There are some chapters I wouldn't recommend reading over breakfast but I'll let you decide which they are. One day soon I will visit The Olive Mill for the experience of life [...]


    2. Another winner!This is Alan Parks' third book telling of his new life in Spain. Alan and Lorna arrived in Spain in 2008. This book begins in 2014 and then looks back. It starts with a good intro, not too long, straight to the point, quickly recaps a few pointers from their previous years at the Olive Mill. This is where Alan wins with his books-he's not afraid to be very sentimental, show his feelings so you feel everything and become deeply involved in it all as you read. It's really humbling h [...]


    3. This is Alan’s third memoir about life at the Olive Mill and as in the previous two books life is anything but dull. In fact it seems to me like extremely hard work and makes you realise how much we take for granted – like having electricity at the touch of a switch or television on demand. As well as looking after the enchanting alpacas Alan and Lorna have a number of dogs, chickens and of course an explosion in their cat population. I did laugh when all ten of the kittens somehow managed t [...]


    4. The third book in this wonderful series. I had to read this slowly to savour it because I knew that it would be the last in the series for a while - hopefully there will be others! Thankfully, I was able to read this instalment fairly soon after reading the first two, so didn't have to suffer waiting too long to read more.This latest in the series finds Alan, Lorna and their wonderful menagerie still living at the Olive Mill in Andalucia, six years after buying the property. This time though, th [...]


    5. Well, I eek'd this Memoir out as long as I could, didn't want it to finish. Seriously Mum, How Many Cats? is the third in the series and wow, again, it didn't disappoint. You are once more invited to join Alan & Lorna at The Olive Mill in rural Southern Spain. They work hard - it's not all about sitting-back and soaking up the sun and mountain air. Life is filled with ups & downs (including helping the Alpaca's to mate properly hmmm) Laughter, sorrow & once again the Author's honest [...]


    6. Alan Parks’ latest offering did not disappoint. Having read his other memoirs about his and Lorna’s move to Spain, I was eagerly looking forward to the publication of, “Seriously Mum, How Many Cats?” A number of stories were skillfully woven throughout this memoir; I felt their excitement and pain in regard to their Alpacas, the humor and frustrations surrounding other adventures and, of course – the cats. It doesn’t matter whether you are am” dyed-in-the-wool”, cat lover, you wi [...]


    7. This book has plenty of humor, lots about alpacas and cats and dogs, coping with remote country living and some darker events included to make it well rounded. Parks writes that at night "no lights as far as the eye can see. We are the only people crazy enough to live out here full time." At one time in the black of a country night, Parks sees red eyes staring at him from the foot of his bed. After a bit of terror he and his wife, Lorna, figure out their ten kittens have found a way into their b [...]


    8. I am an Alan Parks fan and love each of the "Seriously Mum" booksis one included!It is a light, fun, relaxing read that keeps you entertained!



    9. Alen bravo you did it again. One day when our little one is old enough to remember it, I hope to return to the Spanish countryside.


    10. Cats, alpacas, dogs and chickens! Oh, my!I have enjoyed all 4 of the "Seriously Mum" books! I started with #4 and had to catch up with #1 - 3! Many happy experiences happen at the alpaca farm and many sad times. Good reading!


    11. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this series. Such simple yet funny incidents, described so very well, adds to the charm of the books.



    12. Alan Parks pulls you into his adventures in Spain so that you laugh and cry with him. A great series of books.


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