This week and next, it’s Daily Tip pro tipster Tracie Hotchner who is once again dishing out the tips on The Daily Cat Tip, the Catster blog that serves up a juicy tidbit of feline information every weekday.
Tracie is the pet expert who started things up for us here on Catster’s Daily Tip, and we’re always excited to roll out more of her purrfect tips. Tracie already has a few tips up this week, so head on over to the blog to check them out! And keep checking in to make sure you don’t miss a one of ’em!
Here’s a little more about Tracie: Tracie Hotchner is an investigative journalist who became a best-selling author years ago when she wrote PREGNANCY & CHILDBIRTH, exposing misunderstood issues. The result was a devoted following who bought one million copies of the book, and an invitation to the Oprah show and the Today Show. Tracie brought the same keen eye to every aspect of living with a dog, resulting in THE DOG BIBLE: Everything Your Dog Wants You to Know, an encyclopedic book that has captured the hearts and minds of people across America whose dogs are their family members.
Tracie did it again for cat lovers with the all-encompassing THE CAT BIBLE: Everything Your Cat Expects You to Know. Her investigative research exposed a number of startling revelations, not the least of which was the harm of dry food for cats, coining the phrase kitty crack to describe it.
In addition to her two weekly live radio shows, Tracie travels across the country giving talks on nutrition to pet lovers (Youre Feeding Your Pet What?!), and offering herself as a bridge between consumers and providers in talking to students in veterinary colleges from Tufts to UC Davis with her presentation FUR PARENTS Managing the Two-Legged Client.
Tracie lives in Vermont where she and her husband have 13 acres for their three adopted dogs two big Weimaraners, Scooby Doo and Teddy and Jazzy, a Border Collie mix (dogs who to her dismay – would make life too miserable for a cat).
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