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Jodi R.
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Rating: 5

Powerful Book

posted 6 years ago

We have several copies of this at Little Shelter. I remember sitting at the shelter one night and reading it. It's not an easy book to read, but one that everyone should. It tells exactly what goes on in a typical kill shelter and follows several animals from their arrival, to whatever their ending is. I had tears in my eyes and the book made me very emotional. Every time I get into a discussion with someone about spaying or neutering their pets, about adopting instead of buying, about not breeding, I wish I had a copy to show them so they could see the consequences of their actions. If you can get your hands on a copy of this book, I recommend it.

Pros: Truthful, educational

Cons: Emotional - keep a box of tissues handy

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Emma J.
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Rating: 5

Must Read For Any Animal Lover!

posted 6 years ago

This book showed both the good and bad of shelter animals. They told the animals stories and what happened to them. It painted the reality that not all animals do get adopted and some shelters are forced to euthanize. I cried my eyes out at this book and then hugged all my animals, all who are from shelters.

Pros: Educational, Honest, Touching

Cons: None

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Jessie  G.
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Rating: 4

Love this

posted 6 years ago

love this book

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Bob R.
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Rating: 5

A Must Read For Future Pet Guardians

posted 5 years ago

Anyone that is thinking of adopting or buying a pet, or thinking of breeding, should be required, by law, to read this book. This is a collection of stories about shelter animals, some who are adopted, fostered and some who are not so lucky. Most of all "One At A Time" tells the truth about what is going on in our country with regard to overcrowded shelters . Buy It ! Read it ! (Not required for shelter staff !)

Pros: factual,educational,inspiring

Cons: none

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Mersie P.
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Rating: 5

If more people would read books like this...

posted 6 years ago

if more people would read books like this, then maybe there wouldn't be so many homeless pets. It's nice that people are being made aware of the problem of homeless pets and over full shelters.

Pros: very helpful

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