Book: Pasha, From Animal Shelter to A Sheltered Life by Inge H. Borg
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Inge H. Borgabout this book: There is an inherent danger when volunteering at an animal shelter: One's own menagerie is apt to grow involuntarily. My adopting Pasha was all his doing. Not only did he prove to be a charmer of great proportions, he was also a most helpful kitten-sitter when I fostered those too small to be left at the shelter (and, no, I did not adopt any of them—as difficult as it sometimes was to say 'enough is enough').
You will meet many of his shelter buddies, including dogs--and I was deathly afraid of them before I learned that all most of them wanted was a human to love. All of these innocent lost, tossed, abandoned and surrendered creatures taught me tolerance and patience, even though I am a slow learner in those departments. Hopefully, my stories of these rescued and now much loved and spoiled animals will charm you as they did me.
Whenever I meet some of their new family, I am told that they are 'the best ever.'
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