"Koko and Moochee are once again in danger from their old nemesis Stewart. Stewart is fleeing the scene of a robbery when he spots the two dogs being walked. The thief vows to put an end to Koko and Moochee for sending him to prison for two years. The dogs are chased from their home when Stewart and his two bungling henchmen try to abduct them. Koko and Moochee are lost in the woods with no food or shelter and bad men searching for them. The dogs realize the only way they can be safe again is to send Stewart back to prison. But how are they going to capture the thieves and recover the stolen jewels? The dogs are aided by an unexpected friend in the form of a Siamese cat named Tango. Tango finds the dogs amusing and enjoys the excitement from hanging around with Koko and Moochee. The story is an action packed adventure filled with suspense and comic situations.
J.R. (Randy) Hardin was born in Rome, Georgia, attended Berry College, and has lived in either Georgia or North Carolina all his life. He currently resides in Gainesville, Georgia. A true Southern writer, J.R.'s books are flavored with the unique characters and settings of the South.
Last month I felt it was time to have my little dog, Koko, put to sleep. Koko had lived eighteen years, give or take a few months, and could barely get around. His vision was gone and his back legs wouldn't support him more than a minute or two. Koko also had stomach cancer.
The vet kept telling I should end my little dog's life. It was the hardest decision I I've ever made.
I like to think that Koko and my wife, Bobbie, are together again in heaven.
The Further Adventures of Koko and Moochee
The inspiration for this book is my own adopted dog, Koko. The character of Moochee is patterned after my son’s adopted dog, Mushu. In this story, I’ve added a new character—my daughter-in-law’s cat, Tango. Tango is a Flame Point Siamese and a bit of a rascal. He is constantly ambushing Koko and Mushu, trying to get them to chase him. But Koko and Mushu are up in years and don’t give him a good run. So, the agile feline finds other dogs to chase him. He always loses the dog and then climbs a tree to watch his pursuer search in vain.