As Co-author, I assist Judy Howard. I do research because I am of a curious nature. My four waking hours I act as editor, supervising the mouse’s motions.
You may meet me at one of the libraries, RV rallies or Veteran centers when Judy presents her writing seminars.
When we are not traveling in our motorhome, I oversee Judy’s Pet Grooming Salon, in Sun City, California where we reside.
I hope to meet you as we journey through life.
But just to remind you, it is also MY birthday today. Right from the scratching post, I want to
thank all of you, my adoring fans, who have sent me greetings. I may be just an
old Tom, but I can still cat around if the desire arises.
I was not
going to bring it up but I am twitching my tail over the latest development in my life. Lately a particular feline fan has been purring and prowling
Judy’s face book page. So much so that Judy
became irritated because I am always on messenger moaning and growling day and
night. She insisted I get my own Facebook page, Sportster The Cat.
I met this
gorgeous feline as a kitten prowling the streets, long ago, before I became the
famous, Sportster the Cat.I promised her I would keep her identity a secret because she does
not want to be hounded by my admirers
and news reporters, but I will call her Annabelle, same as the character in my
new book, ACTIVATE
She told me that
after I disappeared all those years ago, she searched every tree, every bush looking for me and
finally had to give up. She told me since then, she has thought of me often. Now we have been reminiscing
about what we had and how the yearshave
gone by. She has made a life for herself and I have too -- lives far apart that do not include one another.
All I know is she lives somewhere on the famous mother road, Route 66. Can you believe it? I can't believe it is happening to me! Judy and I are driving Route 66 this year, from our home in Sun City, California all the way to Judy's home town of Springfield, Illinois. I am planning the trip now. I will find Annabelle.
In the meantime, I will be ready for her, when we meet. I will work out and get in shape. I have a lot of time to make up for when I see her again. Nothing's going to get by this old Tom ever again.
But I am a
cat of many moods and one thing I have learned is that life goes on, so “Don’t
blink”, as Kenny Chesney sings in his hit country song, “Life goes faster than you think…” I am
fortunate. I have nine lives, I have a lot of time. But for you humans out there, grab the catnip
mouse while you still can.
forget to watch for my first book in the FELINE FURY SERIES, titled,