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Fur Children

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puppybou0001_1.JPGAnimals are a very special part of my life – and I affectionately refer to my pets as my “fur children.” I have had many pets through the years – dogs, cats, hamsters, guinea pigs, fish, and rats. When I volunteered my time at a therapeutic horseback riding program for children and adults with disability, the horses also became an extended part of my animal family as well. This page is designed to link readers to sub-pages about my pets – including stories, photos and thoughts. I hope you will enjoy them!

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  1. Steve N. Lee says:

    Hi Caribousmom,

    Sorry for approaching you in this way, but I can’t seem to find a contact form or email address.

    As you obviously care about environmental and conservation issues (your Fur Children and a link to an environmental blog), I’m hoping I might interest you in reviewing my novel as, even though it’s a thriller, ‘What if…?’ has a strong philosophical element that explores these very areas. Here’s the nutshell version of what it’s about:

    During the U.S. Presidential election, a disillusioned journalist and a charismatic healer embark on a crusade to bring equality and prosperity to the world. This thrusts them into a life or death struggle with corporate America, organized crime, and even the White House which all fear losing their power.

    “Deftly and intriguingly written, ‘What if…?’ is a thriller that fans of other novels such as ‘The DaVinci Code’ will relish. Highly recommended to thriller fans everywhere and should enjoy a spot on every fiction thrillers shelf.”
    Midwest Book Review, Oregon, WI USA

    I look forward to hearing from you shortly,

    Steve N. Lee
    author of eco-blog –
    and ‘What if…?’, an eco-suspense thriller with a philosophical edge –

  2. annie says:

    my fur child is named mookie. she is a terror to bird and another animmal that came into are yard.she also love to play her blue toy,and have me chase around the room.

  3. Caribousmom says:

    Annie: Mookie sounds wonderful :)

    Steve: Thank you for the offer – I will have to say “no” for now as I am a bit over committed to review books at the moment.

  4. Stevie says:

    I enjoy it when I find nuggets like this, thanks!

  5. Caribousmom says:

    Stevie: You’re welcome! Thanks for visiting :)

  6. Heather says:

    I have 2 fur sisters, Destiny (Golden Retreiver) and Sammi (a balck lab. I also have a fur cat child (Scaredy). I <3 them.

  7. Caribousmom says:

    Heather: Thanks for stopping by – I love to hear about other people’s fur children :) Give them a scritch behind the ears for me!

  8. I have a soft spot for (wo)man’s best friend and I’m thrilled to know we have something in common besides books. :)

    BTW, thank you for your kind words about Oscar. I’m smitten with Raven. She’s a beautiful GSD. I’ve always wanted one.

  9. Caribousmom says:

    Pauline: There is nothing like a wonderful dog at your side :) Thanks for your kind words about my girl…and yes, it is fun to know we share something in common besides books!

  10. Nike says:

    Fur Children – caribousmom

  11. Toby says:

    Love your furchildren .. I have four .. two Bullmastiff 8 and 5, an Olde Victorian Bulldogge 6 1/2, all who I have had since babies and an adopted English Bulldog who we got in April from a family who couldn’t keep him .. he’s almost 7 ..