Meet the Author Behind the Inspiring Story of a Rescue Dog Named GG

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  Author Cheryl Phillips to Appear at Barnes & Noble Northville and Leon & Lulu in October Northville, MI - Second chances and compassion is what GG’s Journey is all about. Found lying under a tree in Detroit, Gorgeous Gal, also known as GG, was struggling to survive when Cheryl Phillips came along. GG deserved a second chance, and that is what Phillips gave her. Phillips writes the story of GG’s long and tumultuous journey.  From her rescue to encountering a near-death experience in a shelter to her recovery, Phillips was determined to find GG the loving home of her...

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GG's Journey: From Lost to Loved Now Available on Kindle!

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GG's Journey is now available on Kindle! Get your copy now for only $9.95! 

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GG's Journey's Debut: Book Signing in Northville, Michigan

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GG’s Journey is a heroic tale told through the eyes of a once abandoned dog who overcomes significant obstacles on her quest to finally find a loving family. As she deals with life-threatening illness, misconceptions about her behavior, and the uncertainty of her future, the reader gets a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the systems that are designed to support, but often fail, our animals in need.  GG’s Journey is the first novel from Cheryl Lyn Phillips, a Northville-based author who has dedicated her life to rescuing animals and protecting them from the inhumane practices of animal shelters that do more harm...

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Happy Birthday Shamie!

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Today we would like to extend happy birthday wishes to a very special boy. Shamrock ("Shamie"), our founder's mother's kitty, has reached an incredible birthday milestone! Today, April 7, 2015, is his 20th birthday, which is 97 in cat years! We love you so much and are so glad you are still with us after two decades. Here's to another birthday for Shamie! 

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In Loving Memory of Big Boy

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We are devastated to announce the loss of Cheryl Phillips' cat Big Boy. After a short battle with a very aggressive disease, Big Boy sadly succumbed and crossed Rainbow Bridge on February 2, 2015. A rescue cat who was discovered by Chery's sister in 2006, Big Boy brought an incredible amount of joy and love to the Phillips' household, where he lived with a mom, dad, and four feline siblings. We love you Big Boy! You will be greatly missed! 

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