Dog 281 --- More Than a Number
You Might be a Crazy Cat Lady if...
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You Might be a Crazy Cat Lady if ...

 Published March 8, 2017

You Might be Crazy Cat Lady if ... Wins Coveted Royal Dragonfly Book Award

CHANDLER. AZ (November 2017) – The judges of the 2017 Royal Dragonfly Book Awards contest, which recognizes excellence in all genres of literature have spoken, and You Might be a Crazy Cat Lady if ... by Janet Vormittag, won second place in three categories; animal/pet, best cover and memoir.

       “Winning any place in the Royal Dragonfly Contest is a huge honor because in order to maintain the integrity of the Dragonfly Book Awards, a minimum score is required before a First, Second or Honorable mention will be awarded to the entrant -- even if it is the sole entry in a category,” explains Linda F. Radke, president of the Dragonfly Book Awards program. “Competition is steep, too, because there is no publication date limit as long as the book is still in print.”



Everybody knows one–––a woman who has an affinity for cats. She feeds the local ferals, takes in the friendly strays and is the go-to person when you have a cat question. She's your neighbor, your sister, your aunt, your co-worker, your daughter. Does the phrase 'crazy cat lady' come to mind when you think of her? If so, you'll enjoy reading this book.

In this collection of cat stories, janet Vormittag gives us an intimate peek into the mindset of a woman with too many four-legged furry friends. You'll meet more than twenty cats including Lucy, a partially paralyzed kitty who loves hunting mice; Buddy, the basketball cat, who who has a slight eating disorder; Frosty Flake, the foster who never left; Wild Cat, who took more than a year to domesticate; and semi-feral littermates Pumpkin and Pearl.

This book will give you a better undertanding of why and how somone ends up with a house full of cats. You might even be convinced to replace the word crazy with compassinate.


Dog 281

and its sequel

More Than a Number

Dog 281 and its sequel, More Than a Number, are the first two books in Janet Vormittag's Save Five Series.
In Dog 281, you meet Alison Cavera, a city girl who moves to northern Michigan to live with her grandmother. When Alison's dogs are stolen, she turns detective and finds herself in the unscrupulous world of dog theft, USDA Class B animal dealers and animal research. 
In More Than a Number, Alison is hired at the county animal shelter. Her stubbornness and courage takes her to cold-blooded dog fights, a farm sanctury and to California.