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Gratitude is the heart’s memory.
—French Proverb

On October 29, 2007 Tatianna—Tales and Teachings of My Feline Friend was published. I want to thank all my readers and followers for their support, recommendations, reviews, and referrals the past seven years. Many specialty shops have kindly carried the book. I appreciate the bloggers and radio personalities who have interviewed me and the libraries who have allowed me to speak. Tatianna is honored to have a chapter in Candida Baker’s anthology The Amazing Life of Cats, and to be included on Look Inside on Amazon.

I am deeply grateful to Ingrid King for Conscious Cat interview and to T.J. Banks for Sketch People story. Ingrid’s book Buckley’s Story and T.J.’s book Catsong were winners of Merial Human-Animal Bond Award in 2009 and 2007 respectively. The Tatianna book won the award in 2008. This award is judged on the entry that best reflects and promotes the strengthening of the human-animal bond, highlighting the bond between a cat and owner, as well as their relationship with their veterinarian as another direct caregiver.

Ingrid King & Linda Mohr, Cat Writers' Conference 2009

Ingrid King & Linda Mohr, Cat Writers’ Conference 2009

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Tatianna continues to work her magic as evidenced by your support and generosity. As stated on Tatianna’s jacket cover, “I feel connected to the faithful Tatianna who has never left my side—she is simply in another dimension.” I can’t wait to see what the next seven years have in store. It’s bound to be good! Thank you.

Blessings!

Today’s post is celebrating the one year anniversary of Ingrid King’s blog, The Conscious Cat. This is one of my favorite blogs to read on a regular basis. Ingrid skillfully and uniquely covers conscious living, health and happiness for pets and their people. She also covers book reviews, author interviews and feline lifestyle articles. Her cat Amber even shows up from time to time with her own column, Amber’s Mewsings—it is quite entertaining to say the least! I think you will love it.

Ingrid is marking the occasion by offering a giveaway gift basket from Whimsy Cats. The basket also includes an autographed copy of Ingrid’s recent book, Buckley’s Story—a must read cat book.

To enter the drawing, simply leave a comment by midnight, March 15 at Conscious Cat Or you can Tweet or promote on Facebook–full details provided at Conscious Cat.

Congratulations Ingrid and keep up the great posts!

Good luck to all who stop by Ingrid’s blog with a comment.

Bountiful Blessings!

I just returned from the terrific Cat Writers’ Conference held in White Plains, New York. The experience was pawsitively a five paws affair! For three days I was surrounded by writers and journalists who are the voices for cats. I reconnected with many friends made at last year’s conference. I also met several new people including Ingrid King, author of Buckley’s Story, Carol Frischmann, author of Pets and the Planet and Rosie Sorenson, author of They Had Me at Meow. I look forward to writing more about these talented authors and their messages in future blogs.

This year’s conference was held in conjunction with the Westchester Cat Show. Saturday afternoon I signed Tatianna books along with other cat authors at the CWA book booth. I also observed some of the judging and walked around and talked to competitors and admired all their awesome cats. I adored all of them, but particularly enjoyed seeing the Maine Coon and Norwegian Forest cats.

My suitcase is filled with all kinds of kitty goodies from conference sponsors and a few items I just could not resist from the cat show! Last count I have eight new catnip mouse toys. I hope that will be plenty to get back in the good graces of Lexie Lee—who has been boarded during my trip!

Bountiful Blessings!

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