Author: PJCC

Ginger Cat Family Series, Short picture books by Pamela Curry 2016-2018

Ginger Cat Family, Uncommon Discrimination

Genetics and Ginger Cats

Kindle of Kittens, Birth of a Ginger Cat Family

Cat giving birth, graphic photos

Cat, Camera & Candlelight: Photography & Light Featuring the Ginger Cat Family

Lighting for photography with a second story about Environmental toxins  and the Death of a Kitten

Snowy, Ballplayer and Adoptable Cat Talks about TNR!: Interview with Snowy on TNR, Trap Neuter Return and Adopting Teen Cats (Ginger Cat Family Book 4)

Sanctuary raided and closed in Florida, Snowy disappeared.

 

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The first three books are entirely about my Ginger cat family born to one cat, Purl. The stories were created around issues I saw with cats in my community, including environmental problems.

The last book is the result of the real life raid and closure of a Cat Sanctuary in Plant City, Florida. It was a devastating event. It left too many people in the dark.  Worse than being left in the dark was the fact nobody not involved with the cats, in the legal field or the county public animal control, cared. They didn’t want to know. Snowy disappeared. The court ordered that this couple was not to feed feral cats, I don’t know if Snowy starved somewhere and could not get help after many phone calls. The newspaper photographer didn’t even care. It was just a photo opportunity, must be why I would never do well in the news.

 

Copyright, All Rights Reserved Pamela J Curry 2022

A Study in Darkness.

Do what you love.

If someone tries to stop you, do what you need to do.

This will probably be a more popular motto since the COVID Pandemic.

I’ve always done this. 

Undr Construction, Hardhat recommended

As of February 14, 2022 I plan on writing 5 hrs a day then working on articles at this website some to share on Medium and some to allow access to by payment only at Patreon.  While doing this I’ll be deciding what material or ideas make it into books I want to publish.

As someone with RA, it was a long time plan to have a second career as a writer/auteur.  I’m not always on time, but at 66, it’s still a piece of cake.  I will know more as I write.

My parents were secretive about many things.  I didn’t find out until after they died when I was given the job of going through thousands of documents just how that secrecy was tied to his history as a Master Mason and her civilian work with the Navy in Washington in the 1950’s.  Growing up in tourism and going forward, not to conform but to have many small firsts as a woman by taking great risks, I will continue to take risks to write and create visually intriguing literature.

 

Raise Your Glass…

Copyright, All Rights Reserved Pamela J Curry 2022