Los Angeles, December 12, 2013 – For Immediate Release
Self Investment Publishing has published a special edition of best-selling book Stress Out for Cats, Dogs & their People, to benefit Pets of the Homeless.
Stress is a constant in our lives – such a constant that we actually don’t realize we are under stress, we think it’s “just part of life.” Health surveys report that over 70% of people feel stress every day. The animal-human bond is a most beautiful lifelong relationship. Cats and dogs are our special companions giving an unparalleled kind of love. Yet, some of the ways we treat them adds to their stress, and to our own. This book is a collection of real life stories from animal lovers and advocates who have learned something about themselves through the cats and dogs in their care. They have also learned how to better care for their animal companions which can then reduce the stress for both. In these personal stories you might read something that helps you to understand your animal companion’s stress and their needs, or find a way to prevent accidents, injury and some illnesses. This book hopes to inspire the reader, educate and provide solutions to some of their frustrations.
Author and publisher, Sumner Davenport has received several endorsement and accolades from the readers who field tested the techniques in this book. “What I’ve attempted to do, is make it simple for people to find easy solutions for their stress, and to help others at the same time. This special edition is to help Pets of the Homeless so they can continue to help those that are desperately in need and too often overlooked.” Proceeds from all Ms. Davenport’s books are shared with selected charities.
Pets of the Homeless is a nonprofit volunteer organization that provides pet food and veterinary care to the homeless in local communities across the United States and Canada. Their efforts have effects far beyond the care of the pets themselves. Pets of the Homeless organization sponsors veterinarians that go to where the homeless congregate and provide veterinary care such as vaccines, spay/neuter and other needed treatments. They assist homeless shelters that will allow pets sanctuary with their owners by shipping crates so that the homeless can come in out of the cold and heat.
This special edition of the Stress Out for Cats, Dogs & their People book, can be found on amazon.com and on the book website: http://stressoutforcatsanddogs.com