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.
To entice you, I am giving you a tidbit, a
tiny treat, taken from the book.
scene below takes place in a shelter where a kindhearted couple wants to adopt
me. I had just defended the honor of a bedraggled
cellmate, Miss Snow White, from a bad
cat named Blackie.
“The girl turned her attention to me. “Look at
this one. He’s beautiful. We could call him Mittens. See his white paws?” She
stuck her finger through the chain link and I pushed my head against it,
showing my desperation.
Mittens? What kind of name is that for a cat who
lives in the wild and who just earned the title, King Of The Cage? Miss
Not-So-White left the fence line and climbed into the large bed in the corner.
Her kittens crawled around her, nudging and mewing.
back to Richard and the woman, now focused on me. “He’s so sweet. What do you
think?” The woman looked up at Richard, pleading.
I glanced back at Miss Snow, whose honor I had
just defended. Engrossed in mothering, she licked her charges as they fed. I
swung my attention back to my potential rescuers, hissed, spat, and slammed my
mitten paws against the floor. I hunched my back, shot my tail up straight, and
growled. The girl jumped back as Richard said, “Oh my! He’s a wild one. I guess
he’s not so sweet.”
Walking away, I lay back down by Miss Snow and
her family. Miss Snow needed a home. I sensed Richard and his girl would take
on the responsibility. Miss Snow had shown me the ropes and now I knew how to
get out of here, but this was Miss Snow’s chance. Blackie sulked in the corner.
I couldn’t leave her with him….”
So there you have it folks. Are you enticed? I know you will enjoy my story.
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Sportster the cat had always envied the huge cats who lived the big life in the jungle until opportunity sends the motorhome in which he travels veering into a roadside ditch. When strangers whisk away not only his Winnebago, but also his chauffer, Judy he is alarmed. However, once the dust settles, he purrs a happy tune as he discovers he is free! I He is in the wild! And he is in the Olympic Forest!
ACTIVATE LION MODE is just what Sportster does as he spins this yarn in his own words. Living wild and free brings on encounters he never have imagined. The life he dreamed becomes an adventure full of bears, pit bulls, drugs and more. Sportster weaves this story of his incredible journey as only a coddled cat of leisure can do.