I read articles in the last two days about cats dying after they ate lilies and a headline about one who was rescued from tulip poisoning. Everyone said the same thing: Too many people don't know lilies are toxic to cats. So it is about raising awareness for the people who plant lilies, tulips, daffodils, etc. Of course I will sprinkle rescue stories in it too (starting with Wilbur).Getting killed and abuse, very depressing subject for a book, you hear enough about that on the news.
Writing letters is one thing. Getting permissions is another for a book. Please please keep your book to itself until you have complete permissions and it's cleared through the Library of Congress with an ISBN.Don't worry Saav. I had already planned to write letters to the AAFP, (American Association of Feline Practitioners), AVMA, ASPCA, HSUS, and AHA (Anerican Humane Association) and obviously ACA (Alley Cat Allies) with bulleted lists of topics to request detailed relevant information. Other letters I plant to write will be addressed to the Michigan State University College of Law Animal Legal and Historical Center and Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Feline Health Center, and cat behaviorists Jackson Galaxy and Pam Johnson-Bennett in the same format.