Danville, Ill. (PRWEB) June 14, 2013
Keeping pets is a constant practice by most people all over the world, but not all regarded their pets as part of their family. Author Carol Butler and her husband are one of those people who opened their home as well as their hearts to welcome the stray animals into their midst from dogs to cats, and take care of those poor creatures the way they did with their own children. In her new publication, Our Black and White Babies, she fondly reminisces the times when her babies, or kiddos as she affectionately refers to them, have come to their lives.
She tells many stories, from amusing to downright funny, of how these cats changed their life forever. They feel really blessed that these creatures found them. Her heart went out for the thought that before reaching their home, the cats have survived on their own and have not been touched by human hands. They were born in the bean and cornfields, forced to fend for themselves. She and her husband plan to continue to care for their beloved babies. The cats are a joy to their hearts. The antics those creatures are capable of doing give them many a hearty laugh every day.
Through the pages of this book, the readers will find the treasure that Carol and her husband comes to know from their cats. They will take delight in getting to know these adorable animals, and like the animal-loving couple, they too will truly be enlightened in more ways than one. They believe that they are fortunate enough to have received the love and the joys that their pets bring into their lives.
Humorous and heartwarming, Our Black and White Babies will definitely capture the interest of animal-lovers and convince those who are not that keeping pets will be worth their time and effort.
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Our Black and White Babies * by Carol Butler
Publication Date: April 24, 2013
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 60 pages; 978-1-4836-2147-0
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