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Smart Rescued Animals: 91 Amazing True Stories

by Lisa Richardson, Jenny Campbell

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This entertaining collection contains 91 heartwarming stories about animals that at some point in their life, nobody wanted. The stories, contributed by animal lovers all over the world, relate incredible real-life encounters with furry and feathered creatures that rescue or outwit others, show compassion, express themselves in novel fashion, or just love to have fun. Readers meet Darby, a wonderful dog from the humane society, who rescued a toy — and an afternoon’s fun — for a group of children; Meka, a dog adopted from a shelter, who returned the favor by playing foster mother to homeless kittens; a cat found injured and abandoned, who retained his distrust of humans until his grieving family needed comforting snuggles; and a wild bird, rescued uninjured but in shock from a cat’s jaws, who thanked his rescuer with a grateful song before flying off to his flock. This charming anthology underscores the bond between animals and humans, and makes a lovely addition to any animal library.

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