Wimmelsearchtip of the week 9

Heidelberg wimmelt tip of the week 9

Wimmelsearchtip of the Week 9

The current Wimmelsearchtip of the Week honors the most wondrous creature on Earth, the cat. This pair are very special cats, because they belong to my sister, Gretchen, who lives in upstate New York. The two are called "Duck" and "Mallow", but my youngest sister, Suzanne, has a different name for Mallow, namely Double-Wide or DW for short namely because— as the Germans say—the description of the cat suits it like a fist on your eye. Gretchen is not amused by this name and defends her little baby, but I think she likes that her cats on the front page of my wimmelbook, "Heidelberg wimmelt".

Have you found Duck and Mallow yet, sunbathing themselves cat style on the tourist ship on the Neckar river? Have you ever been selected by a feline to do her bidding, feeding and amusing it, opening the door in mid winter (brrr) just to relish in the highest reward of petting her? Tell me about your cat in the comments. What are some funny things makes your cat does? How did you come to be a cat owner? I would like to illustrate some of your cat's shenanigans for my Instagram page. Perhaps your cat gain Instafame, too.

In "Heidelberg wimmelt" you will also find a very lovely big cat, a tiger. Have you found it yet? He isn't on the Neckar meadow, but he certainly isn't far away…
The best thing to do is to grab the popular hidden object book about Heidelberg and look yourself (you don't want a tiger pouncing on you, now, do you?).

"Heidelberg wimmelt" can be purchased from your favorite bookseller, directly from the publisher, Silberburg-Verlag, or at the online bookseller of your choice.

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