Written by M.R. Wells • Connie Fleishauer • Dottie P. Adams
“Bravo on another excellent book! I enjoyed reading all the stories and how they are tied into little devotionals of God’s amazing love and faithfulness.”
– Jean M., Amazon.com
Cat lovers will find inspirational, true stories filled with feline devotion, antics, and quirks in this warmhearted devotional.
Each reading highlights cat behaviors and practices that also reflect the heart of God. Readers will discover powerful insights centered around…
- the importance of relationship: how Midnight found “just the right lap” and how our loving heavenly Father waits for us to turn to Him for a perfect fit.
- the beauty of adoption: how Jazz, a beautiful tortoise-shell, found a loving home and how God’s tender love shines in Moses’ life story.
- the confidence of being loved: how scared little Fixer refused help until shown love and how God erases our fears with His love when we turn to Him.
Readers will learn more about love, relationships, patience, perseverance, and God as they open their eyes and hearts to the unique felines He created and blessed us with.
M.R. (Marion) Wells has written extensively for children’s television and video programming, including several Disney shows, the animated PBS series Adventures from The Book of Virtues, and the action video series Bibleman. In addition to her latest book, Dogs to the Rescue, she has co-authored five previous devotional books for pet lovers, including the bestselling Four Paws from Heaven (over 125,000 copies sold). She has been on the Leaders Council of her local Community Bible Study class for 20 years and also serves on the Boards of several nonprofits. In her spare time she loves to travel and spend time with family and friends. She lives in Los Angeles with the puppies and kitties she adores: Mica, Becca, Marley, Bo and Bonbon.
Connie Fleishauer is a teacher and writer and enjoys filmmaking. She’s the wife of a California farmer, a mother of three, a mother-in-law, and a grandma. Stuart and Squitchey are her two well-loved dogs, and she has had a variety of cats.
Dottie P. Adams is a teaching director for Community Bible Study and has taught a Los Angeles-area Bible class for twenty-five years. She is also an ardent photographer. A wife, mom, and grandma, Dottie has loved cats since childhood. Her home is enlivened by Mooch, Mystery and Stormy.