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Welcome to the Sleeper Public Library

"If you are allergic to a thing, it is best not to put that thing in your mouth, particularly if that thing is a cat." Lemony Snicket

 Booker in his cat tower

Booker's Library Life 

Hi Everyone! 

My name is Booker Theodorus Sleeper, I adopted the Library in October 2011.  I noticed that Miss Barb was missing a very vital piece in their library.  Me!   I have a very important job, I am the official greeter and I take my job very seriously.  If I am busy when you come in, I will be around shortly to make sure you feel welcomed here at the library.

Here are a few facts about myself:

1.  I like attention, but I also like naps.  I am cautious around gentlemen I haven't met before.

2.  Let me know if you see any mice, real or stuffed.  It's my job to keep them from getting out of control.

3.  I like to play but if I run away please don't chase me.  I will come back after I have had time to rest.

4.  If you are allergic to cats please tell Miss Bonnie or Miss Barbara and they will put me in the office while you are here. They work hard to keep my dander and hair under control. Unfortunately there are certain times of year where it is impossible to keep up with all my shedding, so I apologize if you end up taking some home with you.  There is no need to return it with your books.  

5.  A big thank you to everyone who donates funds for my care.  I LOVE to eat and the money helps to pay for my food, kitty litter and yearly vet visit and of course my stuffed mice too!  Miss Barbara cannot use Library funds for my care so there is a donation jar at the checkout counter.

Booker Theodorus Sleeper

Library Cat & Goodwill Ambassador

                                                           Booker lounging behind the front desk

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Book Page Wreath Class Mar 11, 2020 05:30 PM (US/Eastern) — Sleeper Public Library/Senior Center