In a poor neighbourhood in Goa, India, a dog is born with a special talent.
Facing cruelty and witnessing his mother being beaten to death he will be saved by two women who make life changing choices in order to bring him to safety.
This globetrotting adventure takes us to places in our heart where we have to learn to say good bye to the past to give the future a chance.
Cultures and ideologies come together for a global rescue mission to get King Tommy to America.
Based on the real life story of King Tommy, the most decorated Indian street dog in the world and a Stellar Therapy Dog.
Monique Golda Nerman is an Italian/Swedish writer and artist.
She went to film school in Sweden, Italy and Los Angeles, worked in production on film sets and eventually moved to Asia and the Caribbean to work as an underwater camera operator and editor.
In New York she studied at the Art Students league; the feeling of breathing underwater is the inspiration of her art.
At the B’nai Jeshurun congregation she found a deep connection to the Ba’al Shem Tov and in Southern California Al-Anon inspired her to write the King Tommy book.
In a chapel in Cap Ferrat, South of France, she started writing the first draft.
King Tommy is the Indian dog who lived outside Monique’s house in Goa.
She rescued him from certain death and he ended up moving with her to America.
He is the first Indian dog to become a Therapy Dog in the USA and the UK.
Together they travel the world to advocate for better treatment of street dogs.
King Tommy is a TV celebrity in the UK, a Scruffts finalist and a Champion.