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A New Chapter

 I have decided to begin a new chapter in my life and to be honest I am not sure why I haven't done this sooner. I think it must have been the lack of time. Now, I have extra time and I have chosen to follow my heart.

My writing still comes and goes. I am working on a project, but not actively. I haven't found a way to get back into it full time and if I am being completely honest my heart hasn't been all that into it the last few years either. Besides the craft of writing and my family there is a huge part of my heart that can do good elsewhere.

Cats.

Yes, you read that right. Cats. Anyone who knows me can tell you that I am a crazy cat lady. My husband might have cut me off at only owning three, but my heart is too big to only love just my furbabies. I want to love and save them all. Ever since I was little I would always be bringing stray cats home begging to keep them. I've had cats my entire life. Special needs cats, grumpy cats, normal cats, shy cats, you name the type and I have had one like it. Each and every one is or was special in their own way and I have been forever grateful for the experiences they taught me not only about them but myself.

That being said, I have had tremendous amounts of experience with all types and breeds of cats. I have decided to offer my services as a cat behavior specialist to my local area. All of my friends and even in some cases, friends of friends, call me for advice. I have watched Jackson Galaxy's "My Cat From Hell" show and been told so many times, I should do that.

Well, now I am. I am doing it because like Jackson, I have a gift. I understand cats and how they can change a single person's life in so many ways. I get that they aren't always perfect, but neither are most humans. We all cohabit this earth and I want to do my part to help more cats not only find their forever homes but keep them too.

For Mooshu and Luna the two sweetest angels that changed my life in so many ways.


For the love of cats,
Bonnie Rae


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