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The Truth about Cats and Dogs: Tailspin/Secondhand Sam/Familiar Pursuit

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2013

    Dawnpaw

    Chases her tail excited.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 6, 2013

    Jaggedpeak

    "Welcome!"

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 6, 2013

    Dawnpaw

    Trots in excitedly.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2013

    Stone

    Stone twitches his ears and stalks after Ivymist.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2013

    The Forest of Pines

    Here is the Forest of Pines. The habitat of mostly Squirrels, Mice, Voles, And large birds. But beware the Thorn-Pit.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2013

    The Dead Forest

    The Dead Forest is, of course, not really dead like it seems. Birds are plentiful, if you are fast enough to catch them. The darker hues of the EmberClan cats' pelts help them to blend in well with their ashy surrondings, enabling them to hunt birds and mice without being spotted.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2004

    Heart Warming Read

    Truth About Cats & Dogs has three great stories. The first is Tailspin by Lori Foster which has Sadie Harte fostering sick and mistreated dogs to make them ready for adoption. Buck Boswell has tried unsuccessfully to get Sadie's attention until the morning he sees her runing around outside in her nightgown. Butch, the dog he is looking after for his friend who we met in another of Lori's books is smittened by the new dog Sadie is looking after. This is a light hearted read which will have you laughing at both the antics of the humans and pets. This is a great read by Lori. Kristine Rolofson's story is Second Hand Sam. This is a story about Sam who is left at the alter and on his way home his dog Darcy causes an accident with Jessica Hall who is transporting three dogs she has saved from a shelter to hopefully adoptive homes. This is a heart warming story where along the way they discover that they have a lot more in common than they initially realized. This is a sweet love story set in trying circumstances. The last story in this anthology is Familiar Pursuit by Caroline Burnes. This is another story in her ongoing storyline about the sleuthing cat Familiar. Vet, Penny Jameson comes to the resuce of 9 year old Miranda who has a litter of kittens that her Dad, Mack Sanders does not want her to have or keep. Mack gets help from Penny, her uncle Peter and Familiar when Miranda goes missing. This is also a touching story. All three stories are heart warming and touching showing antics of pets and humans, with romance thrown in.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 26, 2004

    A heart Warming story

    Hunky Buck Boswell falls for his sweet neighbor Sadie in Lori Foster's story Tailspin. The cutest little dogs bring the neighbors together one morning and that is only the beginning. Buck is so enamored with Sadie it doesn't take long for their relationship to get steamy. Then you have the dogs getting closer and well it is just puts a smile in your heart. I especially like visiting characters from previous stories. Another great book that you will want to keep.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2004

    Three great stories

    The Truth About Cats & Dogs has three wonderful stories about falling in love in all forms. Tailspin by Lori Foster has Sadie Harte fostering sick and mistreated dogs to get them ready to go to good homes. Her newest case Tish literally makes her turn to her neighbor Buck Boswell. Buck can¿t believe what he is seeing late one night. His button down, conservative neighbor is running outside in a little nightie. Buck isn¿t the only one smitten, Butch the Chihuahua he is dog sitting is falling in love with Tish. This story will make you laugh at both the human and pet antics. It¿s another hot sexy read by Lori Foster. Kristine Rolofson¿s story is Second Hand Sam. Sam Grogan is down in the dumps after being left at the altar. He comes to the rescue of Jessica Hall who is transporting three dogs she saved from death at a shelter. As they travel, they both realize they have a lot in common besides their love of pets. Sam and Jessica is a sweet touching story. Familiar Pursuit by Caroline Burnes has vet Penny Jameson coming to the help of Miranda. A nine year old with newborn kittens to take care of. When Miranda is missing, her dad Mack Sanders gets help from Penny. Also helping is Penny¿s uncle Peter and his sleuthing cat Familiar. As Mack and Penny search for Miranda they become closer and open up to each other. All three stories will touch your heart.

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