A Big Purr of Welcome

This blog used to be written by Tara, cat and author of Cats in Charge: A Guide to the Training and Education of Humans. She is also a leading character in Big Dragons Don't Cry, Book One of A Dragon's Guide to Destiny and in its sequels.

Once Tara realized that the rewards of writing a blot didn't include treats or catnip, she assigned the job to me, human and nominal writer of her books.

However, she has final approval of all posts, and she advises you to visit often. The advice you'll read here can land you in a field of catnip if you follow it.

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Now Available: Animals Have Feelings, Too
in Paperback

Animals Have Feelings, Too: Bach Flower Remedies for Cats and Dogs was first published in the summer of 2011. Copies have sold all over the world, and countless humans and animals have benefitted from the straightforward and simple advice in this book.

Although I'm a huge fan of ebooks and love reading on my Kindle, I noticed that whenever I buy a reference, I want a paperback edition. That realization inspired me to publish a paperback edition of Animals Have Feelings, Too.

It's now available at Amazon.

If you'd prefer the Kindle version, it's here.

Here's a sampling of what reviewers have said about the book:

"Animals Have Feelings Too is a simple must have for anyone wanting to help their animals with Bach Flower Remedies. Ms. Barrett explains in easy to understand terms which remedies are helpful in various situations for animals. It also covers behavioral changes and what remedies would be beneficial. Animals DO have feelings and we their family members can help them to heal." — Amazon Reader

"I enjoyed reading through this book. It's an easy read and easy to understand what each of the various remedies should be used for. I've had great success providing some of these to my dog and I think it's really wonderful that something so easy, natural can make a big difference in an animal's life." —Amazon Reader

Are you looking for a drugless solution for your pet's behavioral issues? The Bach Flower Remedies, developed in the early 1900s by Edward Bach, M.D., have helped countless humans and animals.

This book helps you to understand what your cat or dog's behavior means and recommends Bach Flower Remedies for many conditions. The book gives special attention to the unique needs of abandoned and abused animals.

Topics include:

How the Bach Flower Remedies Can Help Animals and Humans

Understanding Our Animal Companions

My Cat/My Dog/Myself

Abuse and Abandonment

Remedies for Common Conditions

C. M. Barrett has been a Bach Flower Remedies practitioner since 1990. She is the author of Bach Flower Remedies: A User-Friendly Guide and has taught the principles of Bach Flower Remedies extensively in online classes. She is also the author of A Dragon's Guide to Destiny, a fantasy series that features a large cast of cats, and Cats in Charge: A Guide to the Training and Education of Humans.

2 comments:

  1. I found your great blog through the WLC Blog Follows at the World Literary Cafe! I’m happy to connect with you! Come by and visit my blog: http://www.lindastrawn.com
    ~Linda

    ReplyDelete
  2. I found your great blog through the WLC Blog Follows on the World Literary Cafe! Great to connect! http://authorscourtwithme.blogspot.com.ng/

    ReplyDelete