Joined Thursday, September 26, 2002
Home page www.englishsetterrescue.org
One of my cats, P.K., is pictured above. I adopted him (or rather, he adopted me) when he showed up as a stray during a bitterly cold winter. Our second cat, Samwise Gamgee, was recently adopted as a stray when P.K. brought him home, and he was obviously in need of much medical attention and rescuing. Our third cat, Griffin, was adopted from the local humane society. I am also totally in love with my English Setter named Maisy who I adopted from Ohio English Setter Rescue and my Pit Bull mix named Petra who I adopted from Barktown Rescue These are wonderful dogs, and if you would like more information about them, check out the OESR website (link above). There are many animals out there in need of good homes, including lots of purebreds, so if you are interested in fostering and/or adopting one, please consider an animal welfare group. You can track down any kind you're looking for at www.petfinder.com
WILL make a world of difference for that one animal.
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In honor of my sister; in memory of my mother and grandmother
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Many of these books reflect my reading taste, but many are just for releasing. My favorite books are well-written and thought-provoking literature, politics and current affairs, mysteries (especially with a psychological or forensic twist), social commentary, books of almost any type about dogs and cats, and of course, books about books and booklovers. Thanks to BookCrossing, however, I have definitely read and enjoyed books that I would never have considered otherwise.