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Frenemies: Cats, Dogs, and Lessons in Getting Alongby Christin Montaquila
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Relationships arent always easy. But if cats and dogs can make them work, so can the rest of us. In Frenemies, the new book by creative partners Kim Levin and Christine Montaquila, we get an inside look at how our furry domestic friends manage to coexist on the same planet—even in the same house—and to live happily ever after.
"Only count your own calories."
"Learn the twelve steps of shutting up."
"Remember their birthday. Forget their age."
These are just a few of the many words of wisdom youll find on the pages of this charming book. Levins ability to capture the moment with beautiful documentary-style photography and Montaquilas sharp, spot-on commentary make Frenemies a great gift for animal lovers, or for anyone you love to hate.
Creative partners Levin and Montaquila present an inside look at how people'sfurry domestic friends manage to coexist on the same planet--even in the samehouse--and to live happily ever after.
About the Author
Christine Montaquila works in advertising as a creative director. She lives in Chicago with her husband and two sons. Kim Levin is a photographer who specializes in pet portraiture. She lives in Little Silver, NJ, with her husband and two children.
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