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About Gay Louise Balliet: Sharing time and experience with animals makes humans more honest, more real. See if your friends have read any of Gay Louise Balliet's books.

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I have written books for adults and young adults about the human/animal bond and how our pets complement us as humans. At once funny and thought-provoking, readers will return for more of my tales of tails to escape the real world and participate in the unusual world of veterinary medicine about which I write with warmth, humor, and an appreciation of the earth and her creatures. Books by Gay Louise Balliet. Mor. rivia About Lowell.

Gay L. Balliet, author of Touched by all Creatures, has returned with Lowell: The True Story of an Existential Pig. Lowell is a Vietnamese pot-bellied pig, adopted by Balliet when he was only a few weeks old. Balliet and her veterinarian husband have a farm full of animals, but it's Lowell to whom her heart belongs. She bonded with him immediately, and has spent the years since then learning about the true meaning of life, human and porcine, from his unwavering pursuit of happiness. Balliet maintains that people who chose pigs as pets are as unconventional as their pets

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Anarus
Have recently finished "Lowell, The True Story of an Existential Pig" by Gay Balliet...it is nothing short of wonderful! I can't remember another book I've liked as well. It's about the mindset of a pig...a very human pig.

Frankly, I never knew what Existentialism was. I know nothing about philosophy/philosophers and never cared to, but now I realize that I, too, am an Existentialist, as are my pigs.

This book is a fascinating read. I don't think I've ever read anything before that typifies both my behavior, thoughts and outlook on life...and they approximate those of Lowell the pig. It shouldn't come as any surprise that I (we?) think like a pig...we are so much alike. Lots of you will identify with this book on many levels, and you'll be greatly entertained. From the beginning of the introduction all the way to the end, you'll like what it says and how entertaining it is...it's downright hysterical in parts and no one dies. It's a happy book with a wrap up at the end that sends a highly effective message.

If you've not read it, please do...you will enjoy it thoroughly. You will be reading about yourselves and your pigs.
Reggy
Darling book about a pig and his people...I have recommended it to pig lovers and animal lovers. Good book for everyone.
BlessСhild
Gay L. Balliet, author of Touched by all Creatures, has returned with Lowell: The True Story of an Existential Pig. Lowell is a Vietnamese pot-bellied pig, adopted by Balliet when he was only a few weeks old.
Balliet and her veterinarian husband have a farm full of animals, but it's Lowell to whom her heart belongs. She bonded with him immediately, and has spent the years since then learning about the true meaning of life, human and porcine, from his unwavering pursuit of happiness.

Balliet maintains that people who chose pigs as pets are as unconventional as their pets. When Lowell was one year old, she and other pig owners hosted a formal debutante ball for their swine. Lowell also attends all her parties and social events, always behaving like the perfect gentleman that he is.
The book is filled with humorous, and sometimes poignant, stories of day-to-day life with a pig.

Balliet maintains that "a pig is one of the finest companions" and wishes for her book "to open the minds and hearts of all who read it to the wonder and beauty of pig ownership." Whether or not readers own, or intend to own, a pig as a pet, they're sure to enjoy the delightful antics described in Lowell: The True Story of an Existential Pig.
Dikus
Lowell, is the most amazing book about what we Potbellied pig owners have to go through just to have a pig as a pet in our homes. From zoning to being rediculed and laughed at. It really takes us back to a time when we first brought our darling pigs home to join our families and friends. It explains the intelegance and loving nature of our unusual pets to a Tee. It also shows the attachment that is part of being a Mother of a pig. Balliet really captures our hearts with the antics of Lowell and his friends. As a Mother of Reggie, one of many pigs mentioned in the book. I would like to say how very proud I am to have my pig in her book. It is a real view from our side of the issue of having one of these animals share our lifes, homes and most of all our hearts. It lets you know how they steal your heart and never give it back. One of my favorite sayings is that "Pigs leave Hoof Prints on your Heart" and Balliet has captured that statement wholehartedly in this book about Lowell her best friend.
This book has been needed for a long time and, I hope that everyone who has a pet pig share their life will read it from cover to cover. There is endless amounts of information on care and what it is like to have a pig as part of your life. It also delves into the pigs point of view on life itself, which is quite an intresting concept but true. All in all it is a great book and, an easy read. It covers all concepts of having a pig as a pet and companion, but most of all a best friend.Thank you Gay Balliet for giving us such a wonderful tribute to our pet pigs.
Antuiserum
I really liked this book but I felt that the author downplayed the potential destructiveness of these "small" pigs. The pig must be housetrained and that doesn't only mean trained to go outside or in a litter box for his/her needs. They also must be trained to not destroy or eat inedibles in the house (including the house itself!). She only touches on this lightly and in addition she has the privilege of living on a farm where she can house her porkers in the barn. But this is my only objection. I very much enjoyed her stories of pig antics and personnalities and they have had an unexpected effect - I don't think I'll ever eat pork again!
Pedora
I have read every one of Gay Balliet's books. "Lowell - The true story of an existential Pig", "Lions and Tigers and Mares Oh My" and "Touched by All Creatures". What an author! She can make you laugh and cry. You will see animals in a whole new way. I actually cheered when her pig Lowell came to her defense when she was in physical danger. Want to see the gleam in a tiger's eye or feel his hot breath on your face? Read her books. Keep writing Gay and I'll keep reading.
Quinthy
Gay is blessed with a wonderfull closeness to all animals. Her kindness and passion for her pets is inspiring. We need more people like Gay Balliet's in this world.
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Pets & Animal Care
Author: Gay L. Balliet
ISBN: 0882821938
Category: Crafts, Hobbies & Home
Subcategory: Pets & Animal Care
Language: English
Publisher: New Horizon Press; 1st edition (June 15, 2000)
Pages: 200 pages