Author Ty Budny's Newly Released “When Cats Could Fly” is an Uplifting and Encouraging Tale of God's Love for Children of all ages

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“When Cats Could Fly” from Christian Faith Publishing author Ty Budny is delightful as it teaches the thought and message that God seeks to have a personal relationship and communication with his children and servants as well.

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“When Cats Could Fly”: a lovely story concerning Davy and his feline sidekick Izzy as they attempt to maneuver through a difficult predicament. “When Cats Could Fly” is the creation of published author, Ty Budny, divorced, with 2 children, and 3 grandchildren, a graduate of Westmoreland School of Ministry with an Associate's Degree of Applied Science in Human Services. He is pursuing further degrees in Child Psychology and is in a foster-parent program in Westmoreland county. In addition, he enjoys volunteering as a counselor for Faith Forward Ministries.

Ty believes that “The message of this book, or the lesson to be learned from it, is that everyone, or anyone who humbly and sincerely seeks God's help in time of need, be it a solution to a problem large or small, will receive that help from their loving and caring Father in Heaven. To instill in a child at an early age that he or she can always count on God to be there for them, is the most valuable gift a parent could possibly bestow upon their children. A child will be given not only a solid spiritual foundation, but a healthy internal formative and supportive psychological mainspring that will last a lifetime.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Ty Budny’s new book focuses on the comforting and hopeful fact that God is more than a 911 number to be dialed or called in case, or only because of, an emergency.

"When Cats Could Fly" should instill, illustrate, and demonstrate to a child in and by a relatable manner that they too are part of a chain of being in a larger scheme of life, (just as Davy's is in Heaven) and that no matter how bad they mess up in their life there is forgiveness to receive, and a solution to be found, whether the problem is somewhat minuscule, or even seriously life-threatening, by praying for God's intervention and his loving attention. It's more than likely intentional that the very middle verse of the Bible, Psalms 118 Verse 8, "it is better to take refuge in the Lord than to trust in man" is in the center, and in the very heart of God's Holy Word.

View a synopsis of "When Cats Could Fly" on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “When Cats Could Fly” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “When Cats Could Fly,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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