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The Art of Racing in the Rain

Mummy read a book written by a dog, Enzo and his Master.  It’s called The Art of Racing in the Rain.

I saw her starting to cry even from the beginning. By the end of the book, her tears were flowing.  When she put it down, she held me and gave me a hug.  Then she looked at me with a quizzical look and asked me – who I was?

Guess the book must have been good. It spoke on our behalf and made humans think we may have a soul.

May’s comment: The Art of Racing in the Rain by Gareth Stein – a lovely book. Touching, captivating and a tear jerker. I started looking at dogs differently after reading this. A must for all dog-lovers and it may even convert those who are not yet dog lovers.  

 

Enzo, you made Mum cry.

Mum and I went to the preview of The Art of Racing in the Rain on Saturday – and believe me, it guarantees a few tears.

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The Wheels On The Nineteen 87 Bus …

We were invited to tea on a London bus by Nineteen 87 – to celebrate their collaboration with the amazing Great Ormond Street Hospital. Read more…

Au revoir, Tati

Tati joined us in many of our Provence adventures.  Whenever Mummy and Tory were geting ready to leave, we would all get excited, causing great commotion.

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Boo!

Something not nice happened to me today. Read more…

Dogs Are People Too!

Dogs Are People, Too www.nytimes.comBy looking directly at their brains and bypassing the constraints of behaviorism, M.R.I.’s can tell us about dogs’ internal states.

My friend, Melissa, shared this New York Times article. Read more…