Paw Prints in Oman
Dogs, Mogs and Me
When Charlotte’s husband is offered a job in Oman, he persuades her to leave comfortable, rural England and join him. But playing tennis, avoiding coffee mornings and being a perfect wife and mother in the Middle East is not enough. Charlotte convinces a local veterinary clinic to employ her and throws herself into assisting the vets, overcoming her fear of birds and rehoming hundreds of stray cats and dogs.
Cyclones, earthquakes, transvestites, unwanted paramours, cultural differences, tears and laughter follow as seven years flash by.
Will Charlotte stay, or gather up the motley crew of pets she has collected and head for home?
Animals, Middle East, Oman, pet care, veterinary practice
Who is Charlotte Smith?
Charlotte was born, raised and lived in West Sussex until her persuasive husband Nick swept her and youngest daughter Georgie off to live in mystical Oman. Her love of animals helped her to shape an extraordinary life in the Middle East, and her first book is full of stories to bring tears to the eye. She now lives in Andalucia, in southern Spain, where some new adventures are just beginning.
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