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Review of Character M.P. the Cat in Legacy of the Skull Master

Updated on July 26, 2011

M.P. the Watch Cat in Real Life

This cat moonlights as a character in the book Legacy of the Skull Master.  He plays the part of the next door kitty that loves the smell of fish cooking . He is often known in his characterization as nosey pet.
This cat moonlights as a character in the book Legacy of the Skull Master. He plays the part of the next door kitty that loves the smell of fish cooking . He is often known in his characterization as nosey pet.
M.P. at the back door of Raymond Mott's house. All Rights Reserved in the book Legacy of the Skull Master.  by a Lulu Author.
M.P. at the back door of Raymond Mott's house. All Rights Reserved in the book Legacy of the Skull Master. by a Lulu Author.

Character of M.P. the Cat

M.P. is a male cat that is well thought of around his neighborhood in the Legacy of the Skull Master. He gets himself in trouble the day he climbed the back screen door. He smelled Raymond cooking some of his gourmet food and just had to take a smell of that savory stuff for himself. You will just have to read about him in the book by SM Rodgers, called Legacy of the Skull Master.

In reality M.P. is an inside cat that loved to make sure strangers kept their distance. He would often sound like a really vocally intolerant kitty of anyone that he felt like did not belong to his household. That is when I first met M.P. I went to visit his master and I could hear his intolerance for me. His owners raised M.P. from a baby, and they loved him very much. He was just part of the household. Because the author felt that M.P. was special, the M.P. got an important part in the book.

I hope you will some day read about M.P. the cat. He is one of three cats that the author used in the book called Legacy of the Skull Master. Legacy of the Skull Master features animals that were rescued, and those that were raised from babies or adopted. I already introduced you to my cat called Salem that was a Maine Coon Cat. I think M.P. was a tabby ,but I am not that familiar with some of the breeds. The story takes you from a time warp and allows you to meet up with pirates and some unique animals featured in the book.

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