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Cat Spelled Backwards Doesn't Spell God

Portraits of Divine Dogs

by Jeff Selis

9 x 6-1/2 in; 74 pp;
color photos, paper over board
Hardcover
February 2000
ISBN 9780811828178
ISBN10 0811828174

SKU# 9780811828178

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Who trembles for you when you are sad, hangs his head when you are mad, and drools on you as if you were the most beautiful, brilliant, and tremendously fragrant of them all? A cat? No, a dog. With all due apology to the cats out there, the title of this...
Cat Spelled Backwards Doesn't Spell God


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Cat Spelled Backwards Doesn't Spell God

Who trembles for you when you are sad, hangs his head when you are mad, and drools on you as if you were the most beautiful, brilliant, and tremendously fragrant of them all? A cat? No, a dog. With all due apology to the cats out there, the title of this book could not be more accurate. Dogs are the most loyal of friends, the most indiscriminate of companions, and the only ones who will always adore you even when you're bad. The dogs featured here range from an Irish Wolfhound named Brennain, who opposes war, fleas, and pills, to a pug puppy named Sydney whose only dislike is reading the daily newspaperso she poops on it instead. Author Jeff Selis's tribute to our slobbery, four-legged friends urges us to follow their lead for awhile and stop thinking about traffic jams and cloudy days and alarm clocks, and instead take time to smell the floweres, the trees... the cute terrier down th street. This books of canine portraits will bring a smile even to those feline types who bitterly wish that T-A-C spelled GOD.

 

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9 x 6-1/2 in; 74 pp;
color photos, paper over board
Hardcover
February 2000
ISBN 9780811828178
ISBN10 0811828174
Jeff Selis lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife Alice and their three children -- two of whom are dogs. When Jeff isn't out producing televison commercials for clients such as Nike and ESPN, he can probably be found with a camera in his hands and a dog in his viewfinder.