Tabitha's Reviews > Rescue Ink: How Ten Guys Saved Countless Dogs and Cats, Twelve Horses, Five Pigs, One Duck,and a Few Turtles

Rescue Ink by Denise Flaim
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Sep 11, 11

bookshelves: non-fiction, critters, autobiography-biography-memoir
Read from September 03 to 11, 2011

All in all, a really great book about an unconventional group of animal rescuers. Sometimes what you really need in life is a horde of extremely selfless manly-men. This book gives some back story on the various members of Rescue Ink and shares some of their formative, animal-loving stories.
Some of the stories are a little hard to read considering the content. It isn't overly graphic, but you can fill in the blanks pretty easily. Fortunately the book mostly focuses on success stories. There are loads of happy endings and 'forever-homes' discusses here. Overall the book gives off the same vibe the guys want to; it is tough and maybe a little hard to take at times, but still very positive in the end.
In addition to the stories, the book also contains tips for adoption, finding lost pets and basic pet care. There are few specifics, but they at least point a curious reader in the right direction.
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