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   Worth a Shot, by Diana G. Gallagher  
  Novel, first publication in March 2000
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      Salem has his own tales to tell (and pet-care tips to share) in these new stories!

    "I bet they didn't disinfect the table. I'm going to get a disease." -- Salem

    It's time to go the veterinarian. Yikes! Salem knows that a visit to the vet when he's not sick means only one thing: shots. Even though Aunt Zelda warns Salem that he'll be sorry if he doesn't agree to get his shots, Salem refuses to let the needle touch him. He throws his best cat-tantrum until the aunts give up to take him home.

    But Aunt Zelda was right. Warlocks turned into cats have to get shots like any other feline -- or face the consequences. Since Salem wouldn't cooperate, he has become allergic to the Spellmans! He's sneezing and itching uncontrollably! Now he has to get an allergy shot every day or move out. Will Salem leave the Spellmans forever...or will he decide that they are worth a shot?

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  • Sabrina the Teenage Witch - Salem's Tails (#11)

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