Celebrities' Favourite Pets
In aid of the PDSA.
Author: Sheila Collins (Foreword by Bob Champion MBE)
Publisher: Apex Publishing LTD
Release date: 6th November 2009
Price: £9.99 (Hardback - 124 Pages)
Celebrities' Favourite Pets has been put together in aid of the PDSA (People's Dispensary for SickAnimals) who provide free veterinary treatment to sick and injured animals.
This fun book provides a fascinating insight into the favourite pets of people in the public eye and, alongwith the obvious choices, there are bound to be one or two surprises as we find out which animals celebrities choose to get close to. Hopefully the book will also get people thinking about the relationship we have with our pets.
With a fitting forward by Bob Champion MBE, this book supports the work of the UK's leading veterinary charity and reminds us of the responsibility we all have towards ensuring that the nation's pets are happy and well looked after.
It is certainly a very different book, and a great insight into other celebrities favourite pets. It also supports and benefits the PDSA which is a wonderful cause. Sheila has produced a unique and fascinating book which will make an interesting read for all ages. - Bob Champion MBE
If you're an animal lover and ever wondered what the Great and the Good do when it comes to pets, then this book is for you. An inspirational work which proves that when it comes to pets, even mega-stars have a real soft spot. - Mike Hallowell (The Shields Gazette)
An enjoyable book, one that children and adults alike will thoroughly enjoy. I love it when someone says they are not an animal lover, yet still have a couple of dogs or cats (or more!) and would never say a bad word about them! - Moggies
About the Author: Originally from Croydon, Sheila Collins lives in Cornwall. She is a lover of all animals, cats in particular and, since taking early retirement from her career as a PA/Secretary, Sheila has had the time to realise her ambition to write a series of humorous books entitled 'Truffles' Diaries', looking at life from her cat's point of view.
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