Jenny Guberman, author, cat lover, and grandmother was inspired by her grandchildren to write about their many spunky cats. Jenny lived all over the United States and abroad while raising her two children.
She’s also swung a hammer with Habitat for Humanity, staged a road race to raise funds for Hilltop Park, sang in her church’s choir, and joined Not In Our Town, a group promoting community dialogue to combat racism.
Proving that it’s never too late to accomplish your life goals, Jenny, at age 81 is achieving her goal of publishing her first book CHATTAHOOCHEE CATS, where Pearl and her two tuxedo kittens, Meriwether and Camille, and Sam, their adventure-prone big person travel the world and beyond in a fur-tingling, hair-raising adventure. There’s plenty of mischief afoot as Meriwether and Camille stow away on a blimp, explore the Alaskan wilderness, and chase countless squirrels. Fire up your jets and blast off with these Chattahoochee cats all around the globe on land, sea, and air. (Published by Bold Story Press. https://www.boldstorypress.com/)
Visit www.jennyguberman.com for more information.
A version of this article was published by Good Day Orange County. It has been republished here with permission.