Lost and Found
Dogs, Cats, and Everyday Heroes at A Country Animal ShelterBook - 1998
Baker & Taylor
Based on her years of volunteer work at the Columbia-Greene Humane Society, an art critic for the Village Voice sheds light on the often unheralded experiences that both animals and people have as they try to make the most of life together. 50,000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo. Tour.
Based on her years of volunteer work at the Columbia-Greene Humane Society, the author sheds light on the often unheralded experiences that both animals and people have as they try to make the most of life together
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"When Laura-Ann makes euthanasia rounds, the staff gets moody and upset. For the first time, I decide to accompany her as shee makes the final decisions on cats. She frequently does this alone or with the kennel manager, Sue Pesano. The power in every shelter ultimately lies with the person who has the authority to determine who lives and who dies." [...] "I'm tired of being the grim reaper,' she tells us both.
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