'The Adventures of Harry the Rescue Cat': a true story — with somersaults

Published: Monday, September 30, 2013 at 12:44 PM.

She began writing about Harry the end of last year and finished in May. As an artist, Cooper did all illustrations for the book and self-published it digitally via the computer.

Cooper took "The Adventures of Harry the Rescue Cat" to the August meeting of the Women's Art Network earlier this month and read it to her peers.

"They loved it, so, it's not just a kids' book, but for adults also, or anyone who likes cats," she said.   

This is Cooper's third book to publish. Her previous ones are a coloring book, and one for children.

Not to be left out, Winston also gets a mention in Harry's book.

"The Adventures of Harry the Rescue Cat" is available through Amazon and at Sundog Books in Seaside.

"It's a true story," said Cooper. "He came to us and I'm really glad he did."

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