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Girl and cat in alternate world

I read a book when I was nine years old: A chapter book in a series of three. It was about this girl, who was an only child, and she had a cat. They entered this alternate world full of wierd creatures. She became friends with one of them, and I remeber they described he had a large head. Anyway, in this world the cat could talk. But there was som kind of mission that the girl and her cat decided to help with. At the end, they return home to find out that they were only gone for a day, when they thought they were there for months. At the end of the three books, the cat dies. This book is not Coraline, but it is similar.