Me: well...yes and no... I think the sleep shirt might be too big for you, girlie.
But you'll love the comics, and I can read them to you.
I think you'll especially like Mooch's friend, "Shtinky".
Allie: I don't know, Mother. I have a rather refined nose, you know...
Me: Oh, but I think you'll find a kindred spirit here - just take a look:
|From The Mutt's web site, under "Meet the Cast". And you can buy a print of this! |
Wouldn't that make a great thank you gift for a shelter worker or volunteer you know?
THIS is why I said "yes" when I received an email asking if I was interested in promoting the new book from Mutt Comics, called The Mutt Winter Diaries.
I love it when I find a kindred spirit whose love for shelter animals shines through. And as you can see from his comic above, Patrick McDonnell - and his strip's characters - fit that perfectly. McDonnell is very active in animal rescue and has both a dog and a formerly feral cat of his own, named Not Ootie (ya gotta love that name!).
Allie: WAIT. Diaries? Did you say diaries? Oooh, everyone knows all the really juicy stuff is found in diaries! I approve, Mother.
Maxwell: Uh, Momma, so you said you could read it to us?
Maxwell: Let's do it! A chair by the fireplace, a hot mug of tea and me. Can you read it to me now?
Here's a sneak preview of what you'll find inside:
|Um, Mooch? We think you need a better Almanac, buddy....|
The Mutts Winter Diaries would make a great holiday gift for your animal loving friends. So would the pretty-in-pink nightshirt made by Richard Leeds, Int'l.
The book will be available in just a little over a week - it publishes on October 13th!
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FTC Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Mutts Comics, and we received the book and sleep shirt plus a small fee to compensate us for creating this content. Every post on A Tonk's Tail will always reflect our honest and unbiased opinions. Mutts Comics is not responsible for the content of this article.
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