A fun story about a three-legged cat who feels anxiety and stress as she wonders if her adoptive family will accept her as she is.
Everyone wants to belong. Tribeca does, too.
But with only three legs and three paws, Tribeca knows she’s different from other cats. And when she learns that she’s going to be adopted, she starts to worry that she won’t fit in with her new family.
When the day arrives, Tribeca relaxes after meeting her new dad – but she learns that she also has a new sister. Will her sister accept her?
Amanda Pearlstein is a civil rights lawyer and pet mom who recently branched out into fiction writing. She lives in Brooklyn, New York with her partner Wendy, their dog Toby, their cat East Village and an ever-changing cast of foster kittens — one of whom was the inspiration for this story.
Renate Potter is a self-taught illustrator (and aspiring author) from the Netherlands. She used to work as a history teacher at both primary and secondary levels and was constantly inspired by her students. Her love for history, art, nature and teaching made her the person she is today. Renate hopes to fill the world with love and confidence for a brighter future.