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Thriller Dog in Our Pet Parade

GalleyCat readers come in all shapes, sizes and species. Reader Martha Otis shared a picture of her literary pet with a simple caption: “Teddy is reading The Drop by Michael Connelly.”

GalleyCat readers around the globe have joined our annual Pet Parade, sending photos of their literary pets.

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Edit Cat in Our Pet Parade

Everybody could use novelist Alan Goldsher‘s editing cat in their lives. He writes: “Here’s my cat Moto helping me edit my latest novel.  He’s a fine editor, except his lack of opposable thumbs make it difficult for him to write down notes.”

GalleyCat readers around the globe have joined our annual Pet Parade, sending photos of their literary pets.

More photos follow below–we will collect all the entries at this link.

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Literary Dachshund Leads Our Pet Parade

GalleyCat readers around the globe have joined our annual Pet Parade, sending photos of their literary pets.

Avalon Travel Publishing & Seal Press online marketing manager Jen Rios-Burns shared that photo: “Attached is a photo of my 5-year-old dachshund, Churro, who envisions himself as a true Wiener Wolf. The author, Jeff Crosby, even signed this copy for him when he visited BookPeople in Austin, TX.”

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Pet Parade Concludes with GalleyCats & Dogs

Welcome to the final installment of our annual pet parade, a holiday display of literary pets around the globe. GalleyCat readers have sent in pictures all week–the largest response we’ve ever received to the pet parade. Look for more pet pictures all week.

Hal Leonard Performing Arts publicity and marketing manager Diane Levinson sent that photo of Boomer the GalleyCat: “When Diane works at home (which she does a couple of days a week), Boomer loves to sit on the bench cushion right next to the computer where he can keep an eye on what she’s up to and occasionally ask for a belly rub. In this pic, taken a few weeks ago, he’s hanging out next to some current books Diane is working on—The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, December 8: 1980, and Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas–plus the all-important synonym finder.”

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GalleyPup Types In Our Pet Parade

Welcome to GalleyCat’s annual pet parade, a holiday display of literary pets around the globe. GalleyCat readers have sent in pictures all week–the largest response we’ve ever received to the pet parade. Look for more pet pictures all week.

Editor Vicki Gundrum sent the excellent picture embedded above, here’s more: “Diva is my first reader on everything I write. She has an especially good ear for dialog but can get carried away and insert small rodent McGuffins as plot twists. These I dispatch. Here I’ve caught her messing with the original manuscript. She really needs to start writing her own books.”

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Literary Dogs Fill Our Pet Parade

Welcome to GalleyCat’s annual pet parade, a holiday display of literary pets around the globe. GalleyCat readers have sent in pictures all week–the largest response we’ve ever received to the pet parade. Look for more pet pictures all week.

Author and book industry journalist Melissa Mia Hall submitted that photo of a literary pup: “When I need help with book reviews my dog Daisy is always eager to lend a paw.”

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Feline Muse Stars in Our Pet Parade

Welcome to GalleyCat’s annual pet parade, a holiday display of literary pets around the globe. GalleyCat readers have sent in pictures all week–the largest response we’ve ever received to the pet parade. Look for more pet pictures all week.

Writer and publishing consultant Ellen Daly sent that book-loving kitty pic: “Here’s our cat (very originally named “kitty”) … She’s a rescue cat who showed up on our doorstep about 9 years ago and has been our muse ever since. She loves books, as you can see from the other pic.”

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GalleyPug Leads the Literary Pet Parade

Welcome to GalleyCat’s annual pet parade, a holiday display of literary pets around the globe. GalleyCat readers have sent in pictures all week–the largest response we’ve ever received to the pet parade. Look for more pet pictures all week.

Author Charles Blackstone sent in that picture of Haruki Murakami (the pug) enjoying Saul Bellow’s letters.

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LOL Editor Cats: Literary Pet Parade

Welcome to GalleyCat’s annual pet parade, a holiday display of literary pets around the globe. GalleyCat readers have sent in pictures all week–the largest response we’ve ever received to the pet parade. Look for more pet pictures over the next week.

Author Laura Anne Gilman shared the LOLcat picture embedded above. Here’s more about the photo: “My cats Pandora (AKA “The Duchess”) and Boomerang (AKA “Boomer-you-Idiot) are long-time staples of my blog. I think more people stop by to hear what they’re up to than to find out about my next book!  So of course I had to use them to run a LOLcat contest. This was a winner.”

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Meet the GalleyCat Cats: Literary Pet Parade

Welcome to GalleyCat’s annual pet parade, a holiday display of literary pets around the globe. GalleyCat readers have sent in pictures all week–the largest response we’ve ever received to the pet parade. Look for more pet pictures over the next week.

Disney Publishing Worldwide publicity director Jennifer Corcoran sent the picture embedded above to kick off a special pet parade of GalleyCat cats. Here’s more: “Here’s a picture of my rescue cat Lindy sitting in a box from our company’s distributor Harper Collins.”

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