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P.S. I Love You More Than Tuna (Hardcover)
“P.S. I Love You More Than Tuna is both a lighthearted celebration of the loving bond between human and cat, and a touching meditation on the eternal nature of that love.” —Jackson Galaxy, host of Animal Planet’s My Cat From Hell
An illustrated gift book for adults grieving a companion cat, celebrating the often-quirky bond between humans and felines.
Our cats occupy a unique space in our hearts. When they’re gone, the loss can be devastating, the grief profound.
P.S. I Love You More Than Tuna gives us an opportunity to give friends, loved ones, or ourselves tangible comfort during the grieving period, when so many of us feel isolated and misunderstood after a beloved pet dies.
The author and illustrator (devoted cat lovers themselves) offer this book as a universal love letter from the felines we've bid goodbye to. It celebrates the special bonds we forge with our four-legged companions and reminds us that their love for us—and ours for them—need never end.
About the Author
Sarah Chauncey has written and edited for nearly every medium over the past three decades, from print to television to digital. Her writing has been featured on EckhartTolle.com and Modern Loss, as well as in Lion's Roar and Canadian Living. She lives on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, where she divides her time between writing, editing nonfiction, and walking in nature. Learn more at sarahchauncey.com.
Francis Tremblay has worked as an artist, illustrator, designer, and art director since he first picked up a pencil. When he’s not creating or showing his art, he’s illustrating and painting, drawing original cards and caricatures, and photographing settings from Brooklyn to Madrid for magazines and clients. He lives in Montreal. Learn more at francistremblayart.com.
“Sarah Chauncey has struck a chord that will resonate with anyone who has given their heart to a feline companion. P.S. I Love You More Than Tuna is both a lighthearted celebration of the loving bond between human and cat, and a touching meditation on the eternal nature of that love.” —Jackson Galaxy, host of Animal Planet’s My Cat From Hell