K. C. of A Thousand Trails: The Cat Who Saved My Life

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 200 pages
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Have you ever wondered how one person could possibly have crossed paths with you at a convenient time in your life? Some choose their mission to serve other people. Some people plan it out, methodically, from childhood. Others were born to serve a mission on earth from God that endures throughout their life.

Have you ever considered that God's animal beings have missions on earth, too?

This is a true story of one such incredible being-in a cat suit-who pounced upon an unsuspecting woman's life. This cat helped saved her from choosing death, and then devoted its entire life to transforming her into a better human being. This cat had a mission from God. The mission was-me!

This story is not to convince you, but rather to enlighten you as to the possibilities of the divine.

This account is to serve as a comfort to anyone who has lost someone-be it your pet companion or human relation-to a serious illness. No one escapes the pain of heartbreak, but to endure such an obstacle course of anguish brings a light of lasting peace that will anchor your heart with joy that exists past this lifetime.

It's called love.

 

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About the author (2011)

Gay Paris Pratt was born in the suburbs of Los Angeles, California. Product of an inter-racial marriage, her linage extends from the Vikings of Denmark And The malevolent brother of King Richard the Lionhearted, King John of England, To the natives of Latin America, Aztecan, who were conquered by Cortez, himself. Her caste is politically incorrectly called: Hispanic. She graduated from the Dick Grove Academy of Music. She holds three certificates in Composition and Arranging, Vocal Performance, and Songwriting. She has traveled around the world playing music, which is her passion. At 58, she is a student of Liberal Arts and Digital Technology at the Chabot College of the Arts in Northern California. She also holds various certificates for legal procedures from many years of assisting California lawyers as a legal assistant. She has been on the writing teams for NASA at JPL and Rockwell International, assisting with their aerospace publications. She is a licensed Notary Public and holds licenses in Real Estate and Life Insurance. She is a breast cancer survivor and hopes with this book to bring comfort and hope to those who have lost loved ones To The disease. She also hopes to travel the world helping to improve the treatment of animals in rescue shelters. She is a firm believer that God lives-and so do all His animal beings in the afterlife. And so shall we all be re-united.

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