'A highly engaging, sometimes poignant and sad chronicle of this remarkable man's devotion to abused and abandoned creatures during some 40 years tending these waifs and strays in Cornwall' -- Bookseller 'Avoids any cloying sentimentality while remaining rich in anecdote and humour' -- Sunday Express
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About the Author
Rex Harper set up home in Cornwall in 1958 after serving in the RAF as a police dog handler. He worked in a local woollen mill and post office whilst building up his farm with his wife Julie, becoming the full-time RSPCA warden of the Perranporth centre in 1987. He was awarded the MBE for services to animal welfare in 2003.