The Pet Set Duet: Goofy Newfies & Itty Bitty Kitties

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What could possibly be better than fluffy and gentle Goofy Newfies? How about if some playful and adorable Itty Bitty Kitties join in the fun? 

This heartwarming audiobook features two stories that have it all…wagging tails, lighthearted laughs, adorable animal antics, and all of the positive, happy feelings you crave. It even squeezes in two sweet romances.  

Whether you are a dog person, a cat person, or someone who has always wondered what all of the fuss is about, this audiobook is a feel-good listen that will leave you smiling and appreciating your favorite pet.  

Listen to The Pet Set Duet today because you deserve more fun, happiness, and cuddles in your life! Which side will you choose? #TeamDog or #TeamCat? 

P.S. From Rascal, the dog: “Why is the dog vs. cat debate even a thing? Dogs love their hoomans more than anything. Cats barely tolerate their peeple, and they like to play scratchy-bleedy games. No, thank you!”  

P.P.S. From Morty, the cat: “I won’t even touch on that dumb dog’s atrocious spelling. Cats are obviously more intelligent and have more discerning tastes than dogs. Silly old dogs will love anyone unconditionally, but you have to earn a cat’s love. Cats rule and dogs drool…literally.”

1 review for The Pet Set Duet: Goofy Newfies & Itty Bitty Kitties

  1. Patricia Reichardt

    If you like furry friends, this book is for you! It’s two couples in one, giving us those that love dogs and those that love cats. We start with Lily, who’s husband just died. Her neighbor’s dog keeps breaking in, and from there we meet Donovan, the Newfoundland puppies and an array of quirky characters.It’s a lot of fun and I really enjoyed it. Next we have Julia and Derek. These two are centered around kittens, though the story is more about the people. Julia is hard to warm up to, but I think her character is meant to be that way. Derek is sweet and if you love cats, you will love this one. The tie between the two books is connected with Julia and Donovan and gives the combination some cohesiveness. It’s a sweet, fun and furry listen.

    Audra Cook gives a great performance for this duet. She is very talented, and I love to listen to her. She has a great array of voices, and adds a lot to the stories with her ability to connect to the characters. It was a joy to hear her.

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