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Memoirs of a Party Animal By Angela Humphery
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Memoirs of a Party Animal, My seven decades in animal welfare
Memoirs of a Party Animal By Angela Humphery
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Memoirs of a Party Animal My seven decades in animal welfare by Angela Humphery
Killing Angels (Dog Poems and Stories) By Susan Joyner-Stumpf
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KILLING ANGELS is to bring awareness to the SOI Dog Foundation, an organization whose mission statement is: “To improve the welfare of dogs and cats in Thailand, resulting in better lives for... More > both the animal and human communities, to end animal cruelty, and to ultimately create a society without homeless animals.”< Less
What's it all about...? Alfy By Mary Alice Pollard
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A collection of prose by various authors from around the world in memory of Alfy Pollard A top book says doggies Madi, Jeffrey & Bonnie! Don't let YOUR human parent lose out, grab a copy today... More > !!!!!< Less
Kapporos Then and Now: Toward a More Compassionate Tradition By Yonassan Gershom
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Every year, right before Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, there is a cultural war in certain Jewish neighborhoods over a ceremony called Kapporos, in which a chicken is slaughtered just before the... More > holy day. The animal rights people show up claiming, “Meat is murder!” while the Orthodox and Hasidic Jews who practice this ceremony accuse the activists of antisemitism and violating their freedom of religion. Epithets fly and confrontations occur across the barricades, but nobody is really listening to each other. Rabbi Gershom seeks to build a bridge of understanding between these two warring camps. On the one hand, he opposes using live chickens as Kapporos, and, like many other religious Jews before him, advocates giving money to charity instead. But on the other hand, he is himself a Hasid who understands and believes in the kabbalistic principle of "raising holy sparks" so central to the ceremony. In fact, he says, it is that very mysticism that has led him not to use chickens for the ritual.< Less
CRAZY BUT TRUE! By Valerie Lumb
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Looking into the world of animal rescue in which I am very interested, these are just a few of the interesting stories that have happened over the years which I have selected. Most stories are about... More > cats but some, in the earlier days, included those arising from my job driving a taxi. The income from this did help meet Vet’s bills! When the two worlds came together the results could be, to say the least, interesting, and with the occasional encounter with what did seem to me to be ghosts, perhaps I could be forgiven for wondering if there really are things that “go bump in the night!” And throughout all of this, the main thing that has always been in the forefront of my mind, is the real importance of kindness to animals and giving consideration for their welfare. Any profits that sales of this book might make will go to Animal charities so, please be generous and consider buying copies for future Christmas and Birthday presents!< Less