Angel in a Fur Coat Book Review

 


Angel in a Fur Coat Book Review

Before I indulge you with my own piece of mind about the book, let me first give you an overview about the book, Angel in a Fur Coat by C.L. Enuton.

Let me quote to you this short entry from the book itself as an overview: “Angels are trading their wings and halos for fur coats and bones to be born on earth as dogs but first they must learn what it means to be a dog so they go to school. They learn about various dog breeds and different dog jobs and when they graduate they get their fur coat and are born on earth to find the person they were made for. Explore the wonderful world of dogs through the eyes of one special little angel whose everlasting dream is to be a person’s best friend and the one who bares a specail mark of the legend of the pink toe.”

Angel in a Fur Coat

Angel in a Fur Coat is a fiction-fantasy book about our 4-legged canine companions that targets the younger generation (7-11 years old) and has successfully caught the adults’ attention as well. Like I mentioned earlier, it is about little angels that dream to become a person’s best bud. The canines would then go to school in order to learn how to become dogs on Earth. They then take the time to learn about different dog breeds and canine jobs, and when they graduate they would eventually earn their fur coat and then born as dogs here on our planet, Earth.

This book would give you a first hand experience about the amazing doggy world through the eyes of Xia, a special little angel. Xia is encouraged by her bird friend Opus, to follow her path in becoming a guardian angel. However, in Xia’s heart, her deepest desire is to become a person’s best friend…she wants to become a dog.

Hands down to the author, Cynthia Enuton for writing such an entertaining story for her book Angel in a Fur Coat. You can really feel her warmth as you go though the pages of the book and the writing is superb. The imagination and creativity in order to come up with this piece is over the top. Over all, I enjoyed reading this book and I would truly recommend it to every person out there (pet lover or not).

Have you read this one yet? If not, then you can find a copy of it here: Angel in a Fur CoatWe would greatly appreciate it if you would come back and leave a comment about the book after you have read it already.

 

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Celebrity Dogs: Which Of Your Favorite Stars Love Pekingese Dogs Too?

We see pictures every day of celebrities and their celebrity dogs. Big dogs, little dogs, and just about every breed that you can imagine capture our favorite celebrities’ hearts and are beloved by fans everywhere. So what about your favorite celebrities? What types of dogs have stolen their hearts? And how about some of the most famous celebrities of all time – what dog breeds did they fall head over heels for? Well, some of the different celebrities that have fallen in love with the Pekingese breed might just surprise you. Here are some of everyone’s favorite celebs that have our favorite breed, the Pekingese:

Celebrity Dogs

Celebrity Dogs

Celebrity Dogs

Betty White
One of our favorite Golden Girls of all time, Betty White, is a well known animal lover and rescues dogs of all breeds. But the Pekingese is one of her all time favorites because she was raised with them. While she has several types of dog breeds in her home, she has been the proud, loving owner of both Nippon and Bandit, who were both Pekingese dogs.

Shirley Temple
Everyone’s favorite little darling of the screen, Shirley Temple, was photographed everywhere with her beloved Pekingese, Ching Ching. When he passed away, she mourned him for several months. Even though she finally got another one, it was never quite the same emotionally to her as Ching Ching was.

Elizabeth Taylor
The queen of the screen, Elizabeth Taylor, is a well known dog lover and her favorite breed was the Pekingese. She loved her Pekingese so much in fact, that when shooting a film in London in the mid-70’s she actually chartered a yacht to take her and her beloved pups over seas. She couldn’t stand the thought of having her pups quarantined for six months for them to be flown into London. She stayed on the yacht with them the whole time so that they would never have to even step on land in the UK.

Jennifer Gray
Anyone that watched movies in the 80’s saw Dirty Dancing with Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Gray. Their dancing and romantic scenes were enough to make millions of women all over the world swoon for Patrick and long to be Jennifer, or Baby, in the movie. But did you know that Jennifer is a lover of Pekingese dogs as well?

Joan Rivers
One of the most infamous funny ladies of all time, Joan Rivers, is an avid dog lover and has even rescued her Pekingese, who is named Max. She shows Max and her other dog Lulu off whenever she can: posing for photos with them, walking them throughout Hollywood, and everywhere she can. While she was at a low point in her life, Max came to her through a vet and helped her find peace again.

Bridget Marquardt
Even if you aren’t a huge PlayBoy fan, chances are that you’ve seen photos of Hugh Hefner’s three beautiful bunny girlfriends. One of them, Bridget Marquardt, is a lover of Pekingese and has one, named Wednesday (after Wednesday Addams), that quickly became one of the diva stars of the show on The Girls Next Door.

Of course, there are other celebrities out there that love Pekingese dogs as well as famous people throughout history. In fact, did you know that some famous historical celebrity dogs that were Pekingese included one owned by Theodore Roosevelt’s daughter, Alice, and Princess Diana’s grandmother, who was also an author, loved them as well. Count in the references to them in other popular media, such as Steven King’s book “It” where he mentions the dog breed several times and the fact that Pluto (Mickey Mouse’s pooch) had a girlfriend named Fifi the Peke; and you have everything you need to seal in the fact that Pekingese dogs are wonderful companions, no matter who you are.

Make sure that you share this article with a friend who loves celebrity pooches and learning some great trivia about Pekingese and their famous owners!

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