Prancie’s Prayer

Back in 2005, an adorable orange cat showed up at our front door. At the time, we had a nativity scene set up for Christmas so I always say she went to Jesus for help. I finally decided in 2014 to write a story about her, but it took until this year to find a publisher and get Prancie’s story in print.

Prancie is a quirky little cat that likes to knock things down to get our attention. She also loves to take the phone off the hook ( I guess she likes it quiet).  She is a sweetheart that is always sweet to the other cats and to us.

When I wrote her story, I did leave out the part about her ear tips getting frostbitten and falling off. I thought that would be too scary for young children.  I wanted to tell her story so kids would learn at a young age that pets are forever.

If you are looking for the perfect gift for a young child in your life, Prancie’s Prayer would be purrfect. I am donating all royalties from October- December to Boston’s Forgotten Felines, a group in Boston that cares for hundred of ferals that live on the streets. It is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.  It is also available on Amazon in the UK.

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8 thoughts on “Prancie’s Prayer

  1. Jeanette S. Hall says:

    Facebook has changed its rules about groups. It used to be that you could use groups to reach more people, and that is still true. BUT, they have changed the default setting to only receive HIGHLIGHTS. If you want to take part to the full in this group and not miss any posts, go to notifications at the top and select to see ALL posts.
    Otherwise only 2-3% of members will see the posts.

    • 15andmeowing says:

      Thank you 🙂 I think you would enjoy it. I am not sure of availability in Scotland. I know the Kindle is available.

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