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Love Saves The Day by Gwen Cooper — 10 Comments

  1. I’m gone to inform my little brother, that he should
    also visit this website on regular basis to get updated from most up-to-date gossip.

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  4. Michael, my next article is a “manual” so you should find it interesting. Will send soon. It’s on publishing an ebook to benefit cats.

  5. I have not read her books. I don’t read novels. I tend to stick to manuals! I like books with information but apparently this book does have information in it as it tells us how cats feel and are affected by people. It sounds as if it is both a story and gentle instruction on cat caretaking.

    • I read everything. Just finished a book on how to survive a pandemic. Now I’m back to a novel called Jenny Pox about a girl who kills with her touch.

      I have learned that “homework” never ends. I’m doing homework right now for my next article. Why didn’t my teacher warn me about this 🙂

      You need to check out Gwens website as it tells how to live with a blind cat.

  6. Elisa, thanks for this. I blogged about Gwen’s book contest on Saturday. She had emailed me about Homer’s improved health and I feel awful that she had to justify what she’s doing. Did anyone criticize Jackson Galaxy leaving his old sick pets while he shoots his TV show or promotes his book?Those of us who love our pets but work professional in the pet world can’t please everyone.

    • I don’t think a lot of people realize the tax and insurance responsibility of the self employed. You can’t just let a book sit there and not promote it any way you can to get people to read it. I don’t believe those who critisized Gwen thought about the big picture of her responsibilities.

  7. Great news. Lets hope Homer will be better in time for the tour – or at least stable in relative terms so she is safe to go. I am sure after the first trip Homer’s reaction will dictate whether futher trips should follow. I’d like to read the new book.

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