When you have to decide something important, do you ever have feelings about what you should or shouldn't do?
A mangy alley cat isn’t at the top of anybody’s adoption list.
Nevertheless, when Grandma Sandy scoops it up into her arms, her heart nudges her to take it home, and she listens. Grandma always trusts her feelings.
Lots of tender care soon transforms the mangy cat into beautiful, round Chubbs. But when she loses her sight, will she listen to her feelings like Grandma and learn to trust the one who loves her most?
Chubbs: A Blind Cat learns to Trust is an inspirational, faith-based, true story about a cat who learns to trust her rescuer. The relationship between Chubbs and Grandma Sandy is a comparison to the relationship we can have with God.
Literally blind, Chubbs must learn how to navigate her world just like how we must learn to depend on God’s Spirit to help us navigate our lives.
This story was written with the early reader in mind but is appropriate for any age. Whether children read it on their own or have it read and explained to them, the message remains the same. My hope is that they’ll recognize the familiar voice of God and learn to listen to the unique ways in which He whispers to each of us.