This is a story about the animals at the CAPE Animal Sanctuary located in Grass Valley, California. When Arnie the rooster comes down with a cold, his animal friends react to his sickness with concern. Without Arnie to welcome the day, what should they do? Call 911? Give him a pill? When gentle hands take Arnie away, the animals wonder if he will ever come back. Arnie's story is one of friendship, love, and the joy of crowing.
The CAPE Animal Sanctuary and can be found at
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About the Author
The Center for Animal Protection and Education (CAPE) works to save the lives of individual animals and to educate people about ways in which they can change their own lives to alleviate animal suffering.
CAPE was founded in 1992 by JP Novic and Shelley Frost along with a group of caring individuals. Over the years, CAPE has helped thousands of animals. The CAPE Dog Foster Care & Adoption Program provides a safe place for rescued animals who are older, injured, or recovering from an illness, then places them into new, loving homes.
In 2012 CAPE established the CAPE Animal Sanctuary in Grass Valley, California. Focusing on animals with special needs and a burro rescue program, the CAPE Animal Sanctuary is now the permanent home to dozens of animals including goats, chickens, burros, a pig named Rootie, and a turkey named Bogart.
CAPE's annual Animal Film Festival brings insight and understanding about the issues animals face in the world today.
CAPE's philosophy is that all animals have the right to a long, full life, free from pain and suffering.