The Eyes of the Lion

The amazing memoir about a young child growing up in an abusive family while struggling with a rare debilitating disease.

A Touching Memoir of a Brave and Resilient Personality

 

The Eyes of the Lion is an autobiographical book by author Cindy Yee Kong who candidly reflects on her shaky upbringing in an abusive alcoholic family while struggling to understand a mysterious debilitating disease that would take decades before being properly diagnosed as dopa-responsive dystonia.

 

Throughout it all Cindy stays true to herself and somehow manages to find the will power to pursue her happiness with poise and positivity. An inspirational memoir that will empower all readers to keep striving and have hope whenever everything seems hopeless and to be happy again.

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GARC’s mission is to rescue homeless pets and give them a second chance at life while advocating animal rights.

 

Cindy Yee Kong, author of The Eyes of the Lion, grew up in an abusive, alcoholic family while dealing with a disabling genetic disorder, she experienced first-hand what it is like to be abused and neglected. That is why she felt the strong urgency to do something about these abused, homeless cats that had been ignored and pushed aside.

 

It started when Cindy Yee Kong saw a colony of cats scrounging to find food in her neighborhood’s dumpster. She reported to the local animal shelter, but nothing was done and the kittens were dying before her eyes.

 

She took it upon herself to save these helpless animals and place them in a private shelter but the private shelter reprimanded her for rescuing these stray animals and kicked her off the waiting list. She was furious by it, but she was hesitant to start a non-profit organization because of her disability.

 

The overwhelming need of homing these animals pushed her forward to start her non-profit organization, Grace Animal Rehabilitation Center Inc.

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