MANGO (the long haired ginger cat) GETS A FOSTER SISTER by GRANDMA KRAZY
This encouraging, informative story celebrates the strength and devotion of foster families and the coping needs of their foster children. It provides an understanding of what they both experience in foster care while showing the healing power of unconditional love, kindness, and acceptance.
The story is great for foster families, foster children, and anyone who wishes to teach the amazing power of unconditional love.
When Mango’s foster sister Molly, first arrives, they are both filled with uncertainty. Mango’s life gets a bit turned upside down by Molly. Mango understands that Molly has been through some very difficult things and chooses to show unconditional love and kindness to Molly, even though it is hard sometimes. As Molly begins to feel that love and acceptance, she begins to feel safe and secure in her foster family. Both Mango and Molly learn and grow from that love and acceptance.…..and that’s a lot to purr about!
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Grandma Krazy aka Kathy Blomquist has fostered 100 plus children while raising her own children. Two of her nine children were adopted from Foster Care. However, she does not consider herself an expert in any way because each child is a brand new learning curve. She credits fostering and religion for her children’s large capacity for love and acceptance of others.
Kathy loves working with children in many different capacities. She is a cat lover as well. The cats in her book are renditions of her own cats who have provided comfort to her foster and bio kids as well.