Diana Alvear’s Children’s Book Helps Pets in Need

SalAs a news correspondent she’s reported on events that have changed the course of history, and now as a children’s author Diana Alvear is helping efforts to change the course of homeless pets’ lives.

The former television journalist seen on NBC News, Today Show and World News Now, teaches young readers about the option of adoption in Sal, Everybody’s Pal: Sal Finds a Forever Home— the true tale of a special needs kitty adopted from the Washington Animal Rescue League in 2003 by Alvear.

Although Sal is now at Rainbow Bridge, he continues to touch lives through Sal Pals, established in his honor by his famous pet parent to help companion animals in need turn the page on a new chapter in their own personal story.

Available on IBooks, Kindle and in book form, 10 percent of the profits from Sal, Everybody’s Pal— and other items found at the Sal Pals website, including art prints featuring Sal and his feline friends Stormy and Lucky– will be donated to animal rescue organizations.

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NOTE: Diana Alvear will be signing copies of her children’s book at Doggie Street Festival— a day focused on finding forever families for adoptable Fidos and felines– on July 12th in San Diego and on July 20th in Los Angeles.

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