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"Born Without a Tail captures the real scenario of those people who simply find it impossible to turn away, or say no to, a stray or an animal in need of human intervention and love. Wulff writes with an imagery that is easily visualized by the reader. Anyone who enjoys animals in the least will appreciate Wulff's adventures with these four-legged creatures." -- Brecksville Magazine
"If you [also] love animals, I can guarantee you will adore this gem. The love Cayr and her friend, Dalene, have for these animals is clearly portrayed in this moving yet uplifting book. They are animal lovers with big hearts for not only domestic animals but for the waifs and strays too. I couldn't put this one down. I thought it was an absolutely brilliant book, especially as I myself share the same passions as the author and her "life mate" have for animals.
This is a tale that will appeal to animal lovers and perhaps children too." -- Bookpleasures.com
I'm sure you've heard of animal abuse...but have you ever heard about animal abuse where the abusers are the animals and the "abusee" is the human who has rescued them?
That's how some of the stories unfold in my book, "Born Without a Tail", a true-life chronicle of 20 odd years of pet rescue. 1/3 of the proceeds from sales of my books is donated to local humane group Valley Save-a-Pet for their humane programs.
The book begins by sharing the childhood and young adult stories that shaped my affinity for pets and set the stage for some 20 years of volunteering for VSAP. The rescues are stories of the abused, the abandoned, and the unadoptable animals that entered my life and ultimately stayed.See all Editorial Reviews
For much of her life, C. A. Wulff was involved in animal rescue. In this memoir, she shares her own personal rescue stories. Read morePublished 3 months ago by McGuffy Ann Morris
A collection of funny and heartwarming tales that shaped the life of a young animal advocate. Inspiring and written from the heart.Published 5 months ago by Sunshine Reader
An easy read about a couple's animals. Nothing more, nothing less.
I expected something humorous. And it starts out with hints at humor but fails to deliver. Read more
After reading and thoroughly enjoying this author's second book, I had to read the first installment. The author and her partner, Dalene, are true animal lovers. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Becky C-A
Keeping packs of dogs and numerous cats can also be considered hoarding. Letting dogs fight out pack status is dangerous and can be deadly. Read morePublished on August 20, 2013 by Theresa C.
Animal lovers will enjoy these stories. The writer's dedication to her animals is admirable. I wished the stories had been in date sequence as I found them a bit difficult to... Read morePublished on June 6, 2013 by CSSav
Those of us who have taken in unwanted or neglected/abused animals know the satisfaction of helping innocents have safe and fulfilling lives, but not everybody is able to... Read morePublished on May 21, 2013 by rudr
A funny book about a child/person who communicates so well with animals. The writer keeps you engaged and you will laugh yourself silly in parts.Published on April 4, 2013 by Sharon E. Ogden
I would recommend this book to anyone with a heart for animals. Just loved all of the stories she had to tell!Published on March 21, 2013 by Kelly M. Kidd