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Book details
  • Genre:PETS
  • SubGenre:Cats / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:122
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098366841

Tiger: The Cat Who Thought He was a Dog

Meet the cat who was raised with dogs

by Hannelore Clark

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Overview
This is a true story about Tiger, an orphaned Tabby was raised with a bottle. He grew up with dogs only on 15 acres of property in the province of British Columbia, Canada over a period of 19 years. He had an amazing and adventures life but not without danger. Our cat was always getting himself into big trouble and he survived all obstacles. Ginger, our rescue dog taught Tiger how to catch a mouse and how to be on guard duty. Tiger became a fearless fighter who thought he was a guard dog.Tiger lived four of nine lives. He could charm you or have a "do not mess with me" attitude or just be a clown.
Description
This is the true story of Tiger, a six day old orphan kitten was raised by hand. Ginger, our rescue dog was a big influence in Tiger's life. She taught him everything he needed to know to become a good guard cat/dog. Tiger truly believed it was his duty to defend our country home. Tiger's survivals: A near drowning by a muskrat. A terrifying 10 mile ride in the motor of a pick-up in freezing winter temperature. Being snatched by a fox. Encounters with feral cats. Multiple surgeries and recuperation's as result of his adventures. Tiger was no ordinary cat; he enjoyed his morning coffee. He loved to be around running water in every house we lived in and when we moved to the lake, he would take a cool, short swim with our Springer Spaniel on very hot days. Tiger loved most of the children, however he definitely had his favorite friends that he liked to play with and act like a clown. Other visitors did not fare so well, that's when the cat was on duty. Readers of all ages and all cat and dog lovers will enjoy this most delightful true adventure.
About the author
This is the first book Hannelore Clark has authored, but not the last. Hannelore Clark was born in Germany and has lived in Canada since 1965 where she married and had children. When she retired from her business, she decided to follow her life dream to become a writer. As a widow, she believes to support the less fortunate people. She loves all types of animals, and has volunteered at pet shelters and supports animal rescues.
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