Today’s Prize, “A Rat’s Guide to Owning a Human”, is Tongue-in-Cheek Fun, and Might Make you Want to be Owned by a Rat, Too!

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Welcome, Everyone, to This-Day-Only-Comes-Once-A-Week Thursday! Today you can Win our 23rd Free Book in our $400, 31-Book Giveaway to Celebrate Who Chains You Publishing’s 2nd Anniversary.

Today’s Prize? A Rat’s Guide to Owning a Human, by Heather Leughmyer.

How Can You Win It? Just click on our promo image (above), or this link, to bring you to our page, and let us know you want it in our comment section. The contest will run all day Aug. 23rd, and we’ll select a random winner at 10:00 a.m. Eastern, August 24th.

Spread the word and join in the fun! A Rat’s Guide to Owning a Human is available in paperback and kindle. The booklet is tongue-in-cheek fun, and will make you want to be owned by a rat, too.

Here’s that link to play again. https://www.facebook.com/whochainsyou/photos/rpp.978812565570678/1789025277882732/

About the Book:

ratguidecoverlodropA Rat’s Guide to Owning a Human is a short, fun read. Written by and for rescue rats, of course! (They kindly allow human Heather Leughmyer to translate for them.)

While owning a human can sometimes prove to be a challenging experience, it can also be very rewarding if you know how to handle them. As a rat, you can’t imagine living your entire life without whiskers and a tail; it’s understandable, therefore, that you could find this lack in others so disconcerting that you’re not interested in giving them a chance.

Bipeds often get a bad rap, though, so it’s important to remember that not all humans are cut from the same cloth. The key lies in finding the human who is right for you, and ensuring that they do not share their homes with legless creatures of the reptilian variety.

Once you think you have found the right hominid, keep in mind that consistency and patience are very important when cultivating a human—they don’t always learn as quickly as we do. Don’t be discouraged if training proves to be more difficult than you initially thought. Bipeds can be temperamental and/or lazy; however, this should not deter you from owning one.

When properly broken in, a human can be enjoyable to have around. With a little rattie elbow grease and our tips, you will have a loyal companion and—most importantly—will never again have to worry where your next meal is coming from.

Buy in Paperback | Buy on Kindle | Or Get Yours FREE!

About the Author:

Heather Leughmyer is the author of Adopting Adele, Brave Benny, Courageous Conner, A Rat’s Guide to Owning a Human, If Your Tears Were Human, and co-editor of Rescue Smiles. She is also the founder of Happy Endings Rat Rescue, and a graduate of Indiana-Purdue University with a B.A. in Writing and Linguistics.

Writing has been a passion of hers for as long as she has advocated for animals.
She lives in Columbia City, Indiana, with her husband, daughter, and several animal companions.

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