Pawprints on My heart

PAWPRINTS ON MY HEART all the following poems are the work of John Shillito The Poems have been arranged in groups based on content ix - Furballs and Dogbreath The ups and downs offurry lodgers 47 - Paw Prints all too often, ...

Author: John Shillito

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 1491886005

Category: Pets

Page: 126

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This collection of poems contains some very personal verses and some which may have a broader appeal. If you have dogs or cats there should be something in here that raises a memory or a smile, perhaps a tear. The poems are a celebration of the benefits of furry lodgers, and a recognition of the heartaches they can bring.

Paw Prints on My Heart

L.J. Hamlin. Paw Prints on My Heart By L.J. Hamlin Prologue Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Epilogue Paw Prints on My Skin Prologue Zack is tidying away his station, more than ready.

Author: L.J. Hamlin

Publisher: JMS Books LLC

ISBN: 1646560485

Category: Fiction

Page: 100

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Holden loves his twin sister, tattoos, wild hair colors, and love. The first three are easy -- his sister loves him, he's training as a tattoo artist, and hair dye is a store away. But love is another matter. Scoring an evening of fun takes no effort, but getting someone to stay? Impossible. Then a hot werewolf cop shows up for a tattoo appointment, and Holden's interest seems mutual. But just as things seem to be going well, his sister collapses at a club and Holden's world falls apart. Contains the follow-up story, Paw Prints on My Skin: Werewolf Zack is a tattoo artist at an exclusive tattoo parlour designed to cater to the needs of shapshifters. He works with lots of interesting people, but no one quite takes his interest like new customer Tobias. Tobias is many things: a playful Labrador, a tattoo virgin and a wildlife photographer. He's all these things, but will he also be Zack's? There is an instant spark between the two men that heats up quickly and could maybe, just maybe, lead to something more.

Paw Prints from the Heart

As my heart grieves for the loss of my dear friend my pain seems endless. The tear drops of sadness flow from my eyes as I miss her tender love and gentle soul. My friend walked this earth with an angel's touch of compassion.

Author: Cathy Asunma

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462887293

Category: Poetry

Page: 61

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A Dog's Beautiful Spirit The love and devotion you have toward man is a reflection of God's holy spirit. A dog's kindness and loyalty moves with God's beauty. The core of a dog's character is found in the courage to protect man in the face of danger. You expect little from man yet comfort him and are there in time of need. A dog's faithfulness is a friendship held together deep within the hearts of man. A dog continues to grow throughout his life giving his strength and hope and compassion to man. A dog is like an angel that walks with man on earth keeping him in step with God's light. The heart of a dog is his gift to mankind. A dog heart forgives all and emerges with a loving soul that is there to please and holds no grudges. The miracle of a dog's promise is the grace he gives to man through God's hand of humanity. Man is truly blessed when a dog's beautiful spirit has touched his life and heart.

Paw Prints in My Soul

It spread all the way outside of my heart onto my skin and hurt me anytime I moved or thought or breathed . On Thanksgiving , a letter arrived from home ... And for days , the sticker pricked my heart each time my Paw Prints in My Soul 151.

Author: Lou Dean

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781568658360

Category: Children of divorced parents

Page: 212

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Paw Prints on Your Heart

My mother had Alzheimer's disease, and when she reached the point where she needed constant assistance, far more than my saintly father could provide (though ... My heart broke as I saw what the other patients, without family, endured.

Author: Jo Bruner

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 1598580191

Category: Pets

Page: 148

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"Paw Prints on Your Heart" provides the reader with a fascinating and humorous journey into the wonderful relationship between human beings and their four-legged friends-be they dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, etc. No matter which pet animal takes over your household, the relationship can best be described in one word-precious. This is pointed out time and time again by the stories described by author Jo Bruner. They are the types of stories that will warm the cockles of your heart, to use an old adage. Throughout her many years in business and as a homemaker, Jo has had a variety of pets, but not until she and her husband, Dick, moved to Florida did she, as she describes it, "strike it rich." During one of her early morning walks around the new neighborhood, Jo ran into one of her neighbors, Sue, who announced that she was adopting a new standard black poodle, Sam, and she also pointed out that Sam's breeder, Sondi, had other puppies in the same litter. Off went the Bruners to visit Sondi and the puppies. Soon after that, Jo and Dick returned home having just adopted a three-month-old cream colored poodle. The Bruners named their new boarder, Rocky, because, as Dick put it, "we didn't want a sissy poodle." Not too long after that, Jo and Rocky started on their walks around the neighborhood every early morning and early evening. They got to meet, greet and chat with a whole host of their neighbors, who, you guessed it, were also walking their canine friends, pals and "children." When she returned home after each walk, she would report on these meetings with her husband, who told her, "you've got a book there; but we may have to move out of the neighborhood." He was only kidding, of course. But read for yourself. Prompted by her observations during visits with her late mother, then in a nursing home, Jo decided to do something about the loneliness she could see in many of the home's other residents. Her plan: "Why not take Rocky into nursing homes and let his natural charm bring some sunshine to those people who were all alone and in need of a smile?" That's when she approached the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast and offered Rocky as a "volunteer." After considerable training, Rocky was certified as a therapy dog and he and Jo began visiting nursing homes; according to Jo, "A very rewarding experience." In 2003, the family expanded by one; a 2 month old, silver standard poodle, named Beau, was adopted. Join the Bruners on their travels throughout the United States and the Canadian Maritimes in their motor home. Both "boys" had a ball and since most people in RV's also travel with pets, Rocky and Beau did beaucoup socializing. Readers of "Paw Prints on Your Heart" will certainly enjoy sharing in their escapades and it will remind you of the wonderful times with your own special pet.

The Big Bang of Non Fiction

Story title-Pawprints on My Heart A Gynaecologist by profession and a writer by passion, Aruna has been in love with words for a very long time. A firm believer in women's empowerment, she is fiercely independent but truly connected to ...

Author: Swarnima Sharma

Publisher: Literatureslight Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 143

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SWARNIMA SHARMA presents you THE BIG BANG OF NON-FICTION- Life in Reverse. An Anthology based on the best 22 Real Life Stories of optimum 22 Indian Authors. NON-FICTION- Life In Reverse is the first series of THE BIG BANG… Our authors revive their past once again and provide you bonzer stories of their life sedulously. Some stories give you goosebumps, Some Stories you resurge, Some stories you adore, Some stories are smites of past occurrence...

Angels and Pawprints

His paw prints wore a deep path across my heart, one of the most beloved dogs I have ever lived with. More moves, from Seattle to Kelso to Port Townsend and more grand-dogs. By the time we moved to Port Townsend, Danny's Buddy dog ...

Author: Jeanette Mercer Gardner

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 145021018X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 272

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In the memoir Angels and Pawprints, Jeanette Gardner continues the rest of her life story, detailing how she managed to survive all the adventures, hardships, and mishaps that accompanied raising five children born in rapid succession with a mere six years separating all of them. Gardner, the author of Dirty Feet and Hungry Hearts, begins by sharing details of the day she left Greybull, Montana, for Billings, met the love of her life, married him after a five-week courtship, and began what she calls the great adventure into marriage and motherhood. As she relays her poignant and humorous experiences, Gardner divulges the entertaining antics of her five children as they grew from toddlers to teens. From eating Drano, to starting fires in the chimney, to falling from trees, and swallowing pins, Gardners anecdotes highlight one mothers sometimes hilarioussometimes tearfulstruggle to survive the challenges of raising a large family where the daily goal was often to just keep everyone alive. Gardners look back at the craziness of motherhood filled with gray hair, laughter, tears, heart-stopping emergencies, and a heart overflowing with love prove that the absolute best job in the world is to be a mother.

Poetically Eclectic

PawPrInTS. on. mY. HEarT. Silken fur, soft and warm, slips smooth beneath my fingers Long-gone now, but down the years, this memory always lingers Whiskers on my cheek, wake me, startled, from my sleep So many, many cherished moments, ...

Author: John Shillito

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 1496992172

Category: Poetry

Page: 242

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A complete mish-mash of 130 mostly rhyming poems on subjects from dancing kangaroos to angels, remembrance, joy, weather, sorrow, love, moles, dragons in various sizes, fairy blacksmiths, war, ecology, and many less easily defined subjects. About thirty have been published previously here and there, usually singly in themed publications. From four lines to sixty verses, there's probably one you'll love and one you'll hate. There are also four short stories which are about gun running, fantasy aliens, a faithful hound, and a young wolf asking a rabbit to help him find fast food.

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Pawlett Historical Society , Pawlet , Vt . Paw Prints on My Heart , Until December 2004 , Paws Inc. Animal Shelter , Bristow ... Until December Pawleys Island Civic Club , Pawley Island , S. C. Pawprints on the Heartland Corporation ...

Author: United States. Internal Revenue Service

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Category: Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations

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Paw Prints at Owl Cottage

The Heartwarming True Story of One Man and His Cats Denis O'Connor ... And with a flick of his bushy tail he disappeared. ... When we arrived and I gazed once more at Owl Cottage my heart missed a beat and floods of emotion and an ...

Author: Denis O'Connor

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 1250037182

Category: Pets

Page: 240

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The ideal book for fans of All Creatures Great and Small, this sweet and touching tale about the power of pets will touch the hearts of all who read it Readers who fondly recall James Herriot's All Creatures Great and Small will applaud the second coming of this beloved author in Denis O'Connor, who charmed cat lovers everywhere with Paw Prints in the Moonlight. Now, in Paw Prints at Owl Cottage, O'Connor returns with another heartwarming and timeless tale of the power of pets. When Denis and his wife Catherine return to Owl Cottage, their former home, only to find it in a dilapidated state, they decide to restore this charming house. But the memory of Denis's beloved cat, Toby Jug, still lingers on. On impulse he buys a Maine Coon Kitten, Pablo, who proves to be such a wonderful companion that he decides to buy three more and names them Carlos, Luis, and Max. Set against the wilds of the Northumbrian coast, Denis tenderly and humorously charts the ups and downs of life with his mischievous cats in this warm and touching tale.