P. S. I Love You More Than Tuna Helps Heal Grieving Hearts

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I’d like to offer huge congratulations to our friend Sarah Chauncey on today’s release of her new book, P.S. I Love You More Than Tuna.

If you’ve read The Conscious Cat for a while, you’re already familiar with Sarah’s work. She contributed a number of wonderful articles about pet loss to our site.

She first got the idea for the book after her 20-year-old heart cat Hedda passed away in December 2016. Her friend Francis Tremblay sent her a drawing, along with a note “from Hedda” that ended, “p.s. I love you more than tuna.” You can read the full origin story on morethantuna.com.

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This little book will help readers through the pain that comes with losing a beloved cat without being saccharine. It will heal through laughter as well as tears, and offer empathy without minimizing the reader’s pain or trying to “fix it.”

To me, this treasure of a book is like a warm hug from a caring friend who understands how much your cat meant to you.

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P.S. I Love You More Than Tuna will help heal your own grieving heart, and it also makes a purrfect gift for friends who have lost a cat.

The book is available from Amazon.

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Veterinary professionals: if you are interested in ordering this book at wholesale pricing, contact Macmillan via email or call 1-888-330-8477.

Coming Friday:
Win two copies of P.S. I Love You More Than Tuna!
One for you, and one to give to a friend!

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Mews and Nips: Archaelogists Find Huge Cat Carved Into Hillside 2,000 Years Ago

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I don’t usually get excited about archaeological finds, but this one had me awestruck. A huge feline figure carved into an arid hillside more than 2,000 years ago has been discovered in southern Peru. The geoglyph measures 121 feet across and is part of the Nazca Lines, a collection of hundreds of mysterious artworks etched onto a plateau 250 miles south of Lima. For the story of how the giant cat was discovered, visit SCNOW.com.

If you missed any of the stories featured on the Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: Continue reading…

Review: Catalyst by Sarah Beth Durnst

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I rarely read books in the fantasy or young adult genres, but every once in a while, I get a pitch to review a book that sounds so intriguing that I agree to take a look. I’m glad I did for Catalyst. This story about 12-year-old Zoe, who rescues a tiny kitten on her birthday, and the adventures that her act of kindness lead to, appealed to me on a lot of different levels. Continue reading…

Remembering Ruby: That Time When Ruby Watched the Tree Trimmers

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We’re coming up on about a year ago that Ruby first started to get sick and then rapidly declined. It’s hard to believe that she’s been gone almost ten months. There are days when I feel the grief as acutely as if she had only left yesterday. Memories are both comforting and painful, as you would expect when you’re grieving. I’m grateful that I not only captured so many on photos and videos, but also in her “Ruby’s Reflection” column. Today’s memory goes back to the summer of 2012. Continue reading…

Holistic Actions! Offers Resources to Help You Take Better Care of Your Cats

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Founded by holistic veterinarian Dr. Jeff Feinman, Holistic Actions! offers resources to educate cat (and dog) parents on how to care for their pets holistically so they can live their longest and best lives. Rather than managing symptoms, HA!’s mission is to help veterinarians and cat parents focus on disease prevention and avoidance of unnecessary diagnostics and treatments. Continue reading…

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