What difference would writing the diary of a cat’s eye view of lockdown, be from journaling her own experience? The feline in question, a ‘naughty but nice’ rescue cat, quickly made herself very at home and established a place in Sarah’s heart that she didn’t know existed.
Shielding loomed ahead, which she thought would aggravate her depression and there seemed little light at the end of the tunnel. ‘Don’t curse the darkness – light a candle’ became Sarah’s mantra and wanting to bring joy into others lives, she embarked on a journey of unexpected creativity and laughter.
A stroke survivor with short term memory loss it would be a challenge to write a daily entry, the result is this personal memoir.

An award-winning author, artist and photographer Sarah has won The Literature Works Primary Carers Voice Short Story competition and has been shortlisted in the Buckingham International Short Story Award as well as The Alzheimer’s Poetry Awards.