Scheherazade Cat: The Story of a War Hero – A Tale/Tail of Adopting a Wonderful Pet

Oh wow… I just had to share this one! 😀


Scheherazade Cat: The Story of a War Hero is a book about a wonderful Kuwaiti cat who was adopted by a soldier at the end of the war there. She became his honored pet, and lived for 15 years.

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In 1991, at the end of the Persian Gulf War, Lt. David D. Haines, a U.S. Army chemical weapons officer, was assigned to lead a mission on Failaka Island, which can be reached via ferry from mainland Kuwait.

The mission was to collect any military equipment of value.

It was complicated by thousands of dust-colored, camouflaged cluster munitions, which had been dropped on the island to push out the Iraqi invaders. With them gone, French militia were working to remove the cluster bombs, but it was a monumental task, and the remaining ones posed a significant threat.

While leading his unit across the island one day, David encountered a beautiful Kuwaiti…

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6 thoughts on “Scheherazade Cat: The Story of a War Hero – A Tale/Tail of Adopting a Wonderful Pet

  1. Thank you for your nice comments about my book. 🙂 Here is the link to my website: Hopefully, this one will work. The other led directly to the page on it that is devoted to my books. Odd that it doesn’t work.

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    1. Thank you for trying to visit. I don’t know what the problem is. Maybe if you try to visit the home page of the site and then go to the page with the books it will cooperate…if you are willing to try again:

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      1. I found it on your website. I love the photo of the cat. And so scary to think she was playing with a (dud) bomb. The book should do really well. Wishing you the best with such a heartwarming story!


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