Throughout each chapter the authors pinpoint one topic and hone in on specific details to either enhance your current non-profit organization or to provide guidance and assist you in starting your own non-profit organization. A coveted how to guide for starting and operating an animal rescue, Covered in Pet Fur intertwines countless stories from the founders of Advocates 4 Animals, Inc. Firsthand accounts of rescue missions, collaborative efforts with shelters and pitfalls that have been encountered along the way bring hilarity and and clarity to the world of animal rescue. With an estimated 3 to 4 million pets being euthanized annually in United States animal shelters, viable and sustainable rescue organizations are urgently needed.
Whether you are a start-up non-profit organization, an existing organization seeking growth and new ideas, or simply an individual who wants to make an impact on your own community, Covered in Pet Fur will certainly inspire, educate and at times bring you to both laughter and tears. A must read for any animal lover and anyone who truly wants to make the world a better place through insight and action.
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About the Author
Leaders in the No Kill Movement, Beatty and Ritz work tirelessly to educate, promote and inspire animal shelters, county pounds and communities to embrace life-saving, humane techniques of rescuing, rehabilitating, altering and ultimately adopting pets into well-matched forever homes.
Ritz is a regular contributor of CAT FANCY and Dog Living magazines. Her work also appears in American Pet magazine, Chicken Soup for the Soul books, Yahoo! and more. Her latest book, Pawsitive Connection (Rockville Publishing) is available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle editions.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
LOVED it! So much helpful info and I loved the stories that were shared about their *actual* real life experiences in animal rescue - there is nothing better than real life experience! Great book. Inspiring and well-written.
not at all useful. writers more interested in telling gory animal stories than giving practical advice. read most of it and threw it out. waste of money!