About Peaches & Paprika: Autumn Celebrations
In this entertaining little book full of colorful photo cartoons related from a CAT’s point of view, Peaches and Paprika, two calico cat sisters celebrate October through December holidays such as “Cyber Monday for Cats,” “Faux Fur Friday” Meowleen, Catukah and Catmas! The perfect holiday gift for cat-lover friends!
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Carol Lowbeer, an award-winning photographer, writer and blogger fell in love with two charming tiger-calico cats in 2012. After adopting them and taking them home, she began to focus much of her creative efforts on pets. She created a “cat series” for a local community TV station featuring therapy cats, cat reiki, fat cats and some unusual cat sanctuaries. After that she began volunteering her photography efforts to help shelter cats get adopted. However her pet-writing life began when she started her blog and Facebook page for her “stars,” Peaches and Paprika, who now entertain over 13,000 followers with their colorful antics, repartee and photo cartoons.
Some of the unusual holidays (cat and human) celebrated by photo-cartoons in her Celebrations series, include “Dress Up Your Pet Day,” “Faux Fur Friday,” “Meow Like a Pirate Day,” “Hug Your Cat Day,” and “Cat World Domination Day.”
On their popular Facebook page, Peaches and Paprika tell about their adventures from the point of view of cats, sometimes in fierce rivalry with another. On Cyber-Monday for cats, for instance, the pair tries to get inside Carol's laptop to take adventure of some of the catnip on sale! Carol’s readers (Peaches & Paprika’s fans) are not left out of the fun. The readers and fellow cat-lovers enthusiastically participate and often join Peaches & Paprika in special parades, slideshows and other holiday events. Recent video celebrations include National Kite Flying Day, “ "Gurrrl Cats Beauty Pageant," “Kitty Mama” Day and" Undercover Cats." The “Meowleen” video and “Catmas” parade are annual events as is a “Kitty Memorial Day” in May, honoring those felines who have crossed the bridge.