Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Animal Cruelty - Valentine Survives

I am an animal lover so any form of animal cruelty is appalling to me. The following  cat story got my attention and I wanted to share the link with my readers. This story has a happy ending. I wish they all did.
Valentine's story

Parents, please teach your children to respect all life. Animal abuse seems to be rampant in this country and the stories are heartbreaking. Animals feel pain. Animals have emotions. Animals are living, loving creatures who often want only to please the humans they love. Just look at all of the positive roles animals play in our lives by providing transportation, aiding the disabled, giving comfort, saving lives, protecting us, etc. Animals have served man for centuries and are deserving of our loving care.

In my new book SHOO CAT! Ethan thinks he wants a dog, but a persistent stray cat wants to convince him that  a cat would be a better pet. Read my picture book to find out if the cat succeeds. The book has wonderful illustrations by Jack Foster and includes puzzles in the back. Children will want to hear this story again, and again. This book is available in soft cover or e-book formats.  Buy at Amazon. Buy at Guardian Angel Publishing.


Cheryl said...

I'm glad this story had a happy ending. Animal cruelty makes me ill.

Love Shoo Cat!. Keep up the great work.


L. Diane Wolfe said...

Anyone who can be cruel to an animal has the potential to be cruel to people as well.
I love animals so much, I don't even eat them!