It has been two years since we lost our sweet Trinity. I still can not quit replaying that day in my mind. I would’ve hoped it would have gotten easier to remember just the good things. With all deaths, I’ve had a list of “should’ve, would’ve, could’ve” but not like her unexpected death. I won’t rehash what I’ve already said. I’ll just try to cherish each day I have with those I love and not constantly think that it may be the last time. Kinda weird you hardly ever never know when “the last time” is. Continue reading
This week was the 12 year adoption anniversary of Tyler and Trinity. Continue reading
for You Had Me at Meow. Thank you to all who have told someone about the book, purchased or left positive feedback. I hope it has helped at least one person and in turn helped some wonderful cats find a loving forever home.
Our internet has been off more than it’s been on lately so this is going to be short so maybe it will make it online while we have a connection.
Last week we celebrated Trinity and Tyler’s 9 year adoption anniversary. I am looking forward to finishing our new home so we can all just stay inside rest and cuddle for a bit. I’ve missed my two as we’ve been working extremely long days. They are both doing well. Praise the Lord we’ve not seen a seizure out of Trinity in over a year and I finally made myself put away the netcams watching her. I haven’t quite been able to do that with all the pillows yet under everywhere “up” she lays. Tyler is the most addictive personality I’ve ever seen. He starts something and does it without fail for months until a new thing comes along. I’m really wondering how they’ll handle the move.
My book, You Had Me at Meow Considerations Before Adopting Your Cat, has now been out one year. I appreciate all of you who’ve spread the word, purchased or left a positive review of any of my books.
I’ve been so busy on the house that I’ve not taken new clients for covers or product photography. Heck I can’t find the time to keep up with daily things right now. I am aiming for the July – my more realistic husband thinks it will be August. I’m still trying to sell 1000 sq feet of items but just this week I was measuring for a floor outlet and geez our stuff is going to be crowded and since I designed it, I can’t blame anyone but myself. It was easier to accumulate stuff than to downsize.
Well that’s it for now. Just wanted to touch base (while we have internet) and share our two anniversaries with you all. ~
I have been working on book covers for other authors so it took me a tad longer to proof, make changes and release my new book in a print version but today, two months after the ebook hit the virtual shelves, the paperback is available.
You Had Me at Meow; Considerations before Adopting your Cat on Amazon www.atMeow.com http://tinyurl.com/atMeowPB paperback and ebook http://tinyurl.com/atMeow You do not need a Kindle to read it. Use free Kindle reading apps to read on your computer, tablet or even your phone.
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I thank you for taking the time to tell others that you think may enjoy the books, social media or website. Kim
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I was compelled to write, You Had Me at Meow; Considerations before Adopting your Cat after hearing one too many times things just like this:
- Cat Refuses To Eat After Owner Dumps Him For A New Couch
- 15-year-old cat left abandoned in home after family moves away
- An abandoned cat looks for a home
Read my personal part and the rest of the story here http://atmeow.com/
If you know someone who is thinking about getting a cat. Tell them, or gift them this ebook. It’s a short read, it’s not expensive and you may just plant the seed that adoption of a pet is not to be taken lightly or done on a whim.
$2.99 on Amazon http://tinyurl.com/atMeow
It’s Caturday and I can’t think of a better day to tell you about my new book.
You Had Me at Meow; Considerations before Adopting your Cat, encourages responsible pet ownership and discusses questions to consider before adopting, taking in a re-homed cat or a rescue, bringing in a stray or searching for a breeder.
This quick little read will hopefully create awareness of the lifetime commitment. If you already provide a loving home but know someone who could use this … please share.
Available NOW exclusively at Amazon. You do not need a Kindle to read it. Use free Kindle reading apps to read on your computer, tablet or even your phone.
I was pulled to write this book after hearing one too many times about cats being surrendered or abandoned. Shares, likes, and reviews are appreciated. And a big shout out to Cyndi Hodges for the editing help.
That pretty cat on the front is my first cat, Skeamer. She is only with us in memory but I’m thankful for the 17 years we had with her.
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