Barbara Winningham Tells Story of a Special Kitty That Found a Family and a Place She Calls Home

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Miss Mooch, a playful and heart capturing kitten gets extra special attention, love and care from her adopted family

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Most people who share their homes with cats profess to love them. However, there's a definite dividing line between those who look on their cats as pets and those who consider them treasured family members.

My Kitty Dog written by Barbara Winningham tells the story of Miss Mooch, a playful and heart capturing cat that lives with her ever loving adopted family on Grand Street. While many people and animals live in this town, including a number of kitty cats that are constantly chased by dogs, Miss Mooch alone developed a unique bond with her human family.

Miss Mooch not only found a family who loves her and takes good care of her but one that treats her as a family member. In return, Miss Mooch showers her adopted family with the love and care only a special kitty cat like her can give.

Filled with vivid, easy-to-follow, colorful illustrations, My Kitty Dog presents to readers an adorable yet heart-warming story that clearly demonstrates a loving bond that develops between a family and a cute little kitty longing not only for a place she can call home, but a family to call her own.

Furthermore, readers will realize in My Kitty Dog how these darling animals require extra special attention, love and care. It is indeed a welcome privilege for anyone to adopt a kitten into their home. It takes a lengthy commitment, a life changing event to take special care of cats with dignity and self respect. After all, they are not loners as some may think but are very social animals that love attention.

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About the Author
Barbara Winningham and her husband, Jack, have parented seven children as well as taking on the roles of foster parents and host parents to various children in need and foreign exchange students. Barbara's eldest son, Bobby, passed away at the age of twelve, due to complications of Spina Bifida. Her stories are the products of the many children that have influenced her life, and in turn, were influenced by her.

My Kitty Dog * by Barbara Winningham
Publication Date: August 29, 2012
Picture Book; $21.99;30 pages; 978-1-4771-4814-3
Picture Book Hardcover; $31.99; 30 pages; 978-1-4771-4815-0

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