Paolo’s Adventures is the tale of a very brave little kitty who was born in the wild with his siblings. Paolo and his siblings were rescued and brought into a foster home. When this small kitten played, he ran out of breath very quickly. This was due to a concave ribcage, pushing his heart and lungs to the side. Paolo had a surgery to correct this and wore a body cast while his body healed. Along the way, Paolo learned how to trust people in his journey of healing.
Paolo was brought to MEOW (Mercer Island Eastside Orphans and Waifs) Cat Rescue for his surgery. MEOW is a non-profit, no-kill cat and dog rescue organization that helps many animals such as Paolo. A percentage of the net proceeds will be graciously donated to MEOW.
About the Author:
Carolyn Banguero has a Master’s in Teaching, has taught third grade for eight years and loves reading books to children. She volunteers each week at MEOW Cat Rescue in Kirkland, Washington, where she first learned about a cat named Paolo, who was found in the wild. Paolo was born with defect. His chest was concave and the heart and lungs were pushed over to the side, making breathing difficult. To save this brave cat, Paolo had surgery at MEOW Cat Rescue. Carolyn wrote a children’s book titled Paolo’s Adventures about this cat’s journey of learning how to trust people and healing. A percentage of the net proceeds will be graciously donated to MEOW Cat Rescue. In her spare time, Carolyn enjoys salsa dancing and traveling. She lives in Newcastle, Washington with her husband, Edgar, her cats Gia and Kensey and her dog, Jana. Carolyn can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Illustrator:
Betsy Schairer is a mixed media artist living in the Pacific Northwest. 2002 Art Department Graduate from Western Washington University. Currently on staff at Northwest College of Art. She is the proud Cat-Mom of a ten year old tabby named Puck. Betsy is available for illustration projects both feline and non-feline related email@example.com.