A precious compilation of "letters" from the pets we keep. Drawings add to the charm of this book. As a cat lover, my favorite "letter" is on page 78 regarding "cats nine lives".
If you are looking for a great sequel try "Pets Letters To God 2".
Out of the mouths of pets comes the same universal questions that humans have grappled with for all eternity: Do hamsters reproduce in heaven? Is thunder absolutely necessary? Does heaven have a scent? Is it a sin to escape from your cage? Author Mark Bricklin has interviewed pets nationwide to find out the deepest questions that plague their souls.
Pets' Letters to God is an engaging, lavishly illustrated collection of the questions, complaints, and praises pets send to the Almightly.
In nearly 100 letters pets comment and wonder about everything from food to mailmen, from dog shows to salvation. With the charming wit of the bestselling French for Cats and the endearing optimism of Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover's Soul, Pets' Letters to God transcends the usual, embracing the idea that pets have an intelligence that, though different, is no less than ours.
About the Author
Mark Bricklin is editor-in-chief of Pets: Part of the Family magazine, which explores the relationship between people and the pets who share their lives.
Cute for the animal lovers... my cat loving daughter loved this.