Don’t know what changed but looks like after 2 years Amazon is selling the hardback of The Friendly Floppy Ragdoll Cat again! Well, it says available for order and sold and shipped by Amazon.
Not sure if this for good or a limited time, but I may have to change my website and get the note on Amazons page changed, that says it’s sold exclusively at B&N.
Hats off to B&N too for always keeping it available.
Wow sometime while I was busy with life… there’s been a lot of new Ragdoll books published. I’m up to 7 pages in my amazon store. If you’ve read any of them (especially the ones aimed at adults) please let me know what you thought.
I released my hardback of The Friendly Floppy Ragdoll Cat for print. Now most people would celebrate a 1 year book release anniversary then probably wait till 5 years but since it took me 4 years to write it- today means something to me.
To all of you who have purchased the book, left an Amazon or Barnes & Noble positive review, told a friend and liked my social media pages- I’d like to take a moment to say thank you, from the bottom of my heart.
To the wonderful breeders and cat parents who sent in pictures. Thank you again. I appreciate you sharing your beautiful cats with me. I know some of the beautiful cats are no longer with us and I hope having them forever in print is a fond memory.
So today I just say thank you.
Best to all,
I ‘met’ Jenny online in a Yahoo Ragdoll cat group back in 06 or 07 shortly before I adopted Tyler and Trinity. Her website is terrific plus she is also a cat writer for her blogs and an author. She does lots of interviews, product testing and is just full of helpful information and readers.
She has interviewed me for all of my books and has featured Tyler and Trinity twice. After this last time, I asked to turn the tables and interview her.
Let’s find out about the person behind Floppycats and the author behind A Ragdoll Kitten Care Guide: Bringing Your Ragdoll Kitten Home Continue reading
I learned that Denny Dayton passed away in April and that he attended a TICA cat show in January, so he was active in the cat fancy almost to the end.
Denny and Laura Dayton answering my correspondence when I wrote The Friendly Floppy Ragdoll Cat, meant so much to me. I mean here is a couple that was so influential in getting the Ragdoll breed recognized and they had long since retired, but Denny took the time to call me, and Laura emailed me.
Hopefully, they are now reunited together with all the Ragdolls they loved. What a pioneering couple they both were in shaping the Ragdoll breed.