Vicki Myron with Bret Witter
One. How do you think the kitten survived the harsh weathers? I would ask this because even though this is a true story it seems highly unlikely. A young kitten just eight weeks old, left in a library book deposit for days in the coldest winter, with books being dropped on it, seems like a very tough environment to live in.
Two. Do you think it was a coincidence that Dewey came to the library right when everyone needed cheering up? It seems like fate or destiny because such a little kitten was able to bring so much joy to so many people right when they needed it the most.
Three. Why do you think that woman was so against having a kitten in the library? Yes, allergies are a problem and it may seem a little wrong to have an animal in a formal place, but it seems like she made it a much bigger deal. It was especially odd since she had never actually been in to the library.