The first is “From Wags to Riches: How Dog Teach Us to Succeed in Life & Business” by Robert Vetere and Valerie Andrews. I have always found that my dogs COST me money, so it’s an interesting thesis. Now, don’t get me wrong; my merry pack of freeloaders pay for their room, board and medical expenses in unconditional love and hours of family entertainment, so I am not hating. I’m just sayin’.
The second book is “Your Cat, The Owner’s Manual: Hundreds of Secrets, Surprises and Solutions for Raising a Happy, Healthy Cat” by Dr. Marty Becker. I came *thisclose* to keeping this one for myself, because you all know I have a lot of trouble figuring out my cat, Thai. Just the other day, as he was complaining about some unknown sleight, I reminded him that he has an abundance of food, clean water and hygienic bathroom facilities, which makes him more fortunate than HALF THE PEOPLE in the world.
He just turned up his nose and walked away. Whatever.
Since mine is a mixed household, I would like to give these books to another co-habituated home. Leave a comment about your cats and dogs and how well the do, or don’t, get along.
One random commenter will be selected as the winner on Friday at 9 a.m.