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  • Category: Publications > Animal Rescue > Abandoned and Homeless Animals

    Book: One at a Time: A Week in an American Animal Shelter

    One at a Time: A Week in an American Animal Shelter is a new that presents a true account of seven days in a typical U.S. animal shelter. In an innovative format of compelling photos and moving vignettes, One at a Time chronicles the stories of 75 animals who passed through a California shelter during one week witnessed and documented by the authors.
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    P. O. Box 4171
    Santa Cruz , CA 95063
    Contact Person: Diane Leigh
    Phone: 831-440-9574
    Fax: 831-479-3225
    E-Mail: [email protected]

    Detailed Information:
    One at a Time presents the multi-faceted homeless animal problem by gathering the animalsí stories into chapters, each focused on a specific topic. The animals in the book act as ambassadors for all homeless animals. Their stories promote shelter adoptions, reinforce the critical importance of spaying and neutering, and champion responsible animal care. Each animal in One at a Time has an important lesson to teach and a powerful lesson to share.

    The book is the project of No Voice Unheard, a non-profit founded by the authors (who are former shelter workers), and is available at a discount to non-profits who would like to use it as a fundraiser, give it as a gift to donors, sell it in their merchandise line, or include it in outreach and educational projects. The authors are also availabe for collaborative educational book readings with local organizations, to create an opportunity for those organizations to publicize their work, their local issues, and the animals in their care.

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