Cat on a Mission

Book Three of Cats Can Save the World

Fiction - Visionary
128 Pages
Reviewed on 02/22/2022
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Author Biography

Tarra Light is an inspired author, artist, and visionary for the times to come. She writes teaching stories that heal the heart and open the mind to new ways of seeing.

Her trilogy “Cats Can Save the World” follows the adventures of the feline companions Tiger, Princess, Mirabel, and Fiddle. Each cat has a distinctive personality, point of view, and destiny to fulfill. In Book Three of the series, "Cat on a Mission," Tiger answers the call of his heart to teach children to be caretakers of Mother Earth. Tarra’s first book, "Angel of Auschwitz," is based on her past-life memory as a Jewish girl growing up at a Nazi concentration camp. She matures and becomes the leader of a team of women and girls who risk their lives to heal the sick and wounded. It is a testimony to the healing power of love to overcome adversity. "The Time Doctor Takes a Vacation" explores the nature of time and the power of our minds to create reality. The reader is invited to invoke the Spirit of Imagination and journey to the future world of 2255. There the time doctor learns valuable lessons he brings back to his home time that will save the Earth from cataclysm.

Tarra devotes her life to the spiritual advancement of humanity. Please visit her website:

    Book Review

Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite

Life is all about choices. Tiger (the cat) makes his choice to follow his heart, to pursue a mission to bring peace to everyone. Tiger partners with Fiddle (another cat) and they venture through the forestlands toward the Temple of the Golden Light. They must share their wisdom and encourage humans to be the caretakers of Mother Earth, but it’s a difficult task trying to convince humanity to be forgiving, tolerant, inclusive, and peaceful custodians. Along their journey, Tiger and Fiddle connect with other animals and humans who respect their quest, joining in to help make this world a better place. Among the humans they touch are Solman and Melinda Sue (or Suzie). Solman is a well-respected writer, whose philosophy follows the peaceful words of Mahatma Gandhi: “the ways of love and truth will always win.” This brings Solman a sense of fulfillment as he reflects on the healing power of nature.

Tarra Light’s novel, Cat on a Mission, is a journey of discovery, a quest for the metaphorical Holy Grail of Mother Earth. Using cats (and other animals, including humans) as the anthropomorphic main characters, the author leads the reader on an epic adventure to bring kindness to the world, to open human eyes to the extreme diversities between good and bad which invade our conscious beings. The author teaches and entertains, unraveling a compelling tale that will make us all rethink our place and purpose in this world and what we need to do to make it a better place for everyone. Within the tale, the author allows the characters to connect with one another, both romantically and through friendship. In her epistolary telling, she weaves an odyssey that’s comparable to the classics like Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels and Sheila Burnford’s The Incredible Journey.

The story is told mostly in narrative, storytelling form, with some dialogue and poetry to alter and enhance the mood of different scenes. The author has a good command of the English language and she leads the reader through a thought-provoking spiritual journey of their own. The message is clear: we can learn from each other, we can learn from the animals and Mother Nature all around us, and we must care for everyone and everything. Well written and thorough in its spiritual presentation.