We love to talk about our cats and dogs, show off cute pictures and brag how smart and clever our pets are. Even when we complain about stepping barefoot on nasty hairballs or cleaning up puppy potty accidents, we do so with affection. But unless friends share our furry passion, dog and cat conversations often raise eyebrows or spark disbelief about our pet devotion. Here are eight things friends often don't "get" about our special cat and dog relationships.
By the way, Gina Misiroglu of Red Room put me in touch with the AOL people, which is one of the great ways in which she's bringing traffic to Red Room and getting attention for Red Room's authors.
Blair Sorrel, Founder of Street Zaps, sent a warning to beware of contact voltage hazards that can electrocute dogs, people, horses and their riders. Painful feet or worse can prompt bites and the voltage can maim, cause severe pain or kill your pet in an instant. Yes, this has happened, and more frequently than you think! To learn more check out the Tuesday Tips post.
I'm thrilled to share with you a glowing book review of Complete Care for your Aging Dog. The writer is a well-respected best-selling veterinarian--who I have to say has brilliant tastes! Check out her column and the review at the link above.
I'll be offering a "special" and reducing the Kindle price on two of my books for the month of April. Watch for tomorrow's announcement right here! Until then,
Woofs & purrs,
Causes Amy Shojai Supports
Cat Writers Association, Winn Feline Foundation, AKC Canine Health Foundation, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)