Once upon a time…there was a story. It went like this:
“What do you do when you are alone in the world? If you’re a nice
middle-aged lady with a social conscience, you go to your local
shelter and adopt a rescue dog. Of course, sometimes it isn’t only
the dog who needs to be rescued.”
That is how I wrote the very, very true story of Dancer—the first dog I ever rescued.
It was a few years ago, but her story is timeless and dedicated to all the extraordinary souls who take the broken, abandoned, sick and sore and weary dogs of this earth into their homes. And sometimes, if we’re very lucky, we have a rollicking good time along the way.
Proceeds from the sale of this book will go to Home Free Animal Rescue in Red Bank, New Jersey, with which I’ve been proud to be affiliated. If you would like to visit their page on Facebook you can find them at Home Free Animal Rescue. Or go to www.homefreeanimalrescue.com.
My other books can be found at www.miriamnewman.com.
I would be pleased to send a free copy of my newly-released book, Rescued, to the first commenter.
If you would like to purchase the book, find it here:
All the best from me and my latest foster dog, Comet. He is in Pennsylvania and looking for a home!