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Inspirational speakers and authors Allen and Linda Anderson offer an in-depth look into the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and how it affected the lives of tens of thousands of companion animals. "The purpose of this book," they explain in the introduction, "is to show why it is essential in a disaster to save the animals and to make animal rescue a priority. It also demonstrates that rescuing animals saves the lives of humans."
This compelling, well-researched book is an eye-opening, heartwarming examination of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath, and what it can teach us about caring for animals -- and how they care for us in return.
Softcover book is 302 pages long, excluding the appendices, and includes both black-and-white and color photographs. Includes an extensive resource list sure to be invaluable for anyone interested in animal rescue issues. Printed in Canada by a socially and environmentally aware printing company, on acid-free, partially recycled paper.
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