This collection of stories and photographs by rescuers, caregivers and animal lovers will show you a side of these animals you may not have thought possible. Far from the unthinking, unfeeling beings they are often portrayed as, the animals in Ninety-Five* reveal themselves to be as distinctive as the dogs and cats with whom many of us share our homes: complex creatures with remarkable personalities, depth, emotions, quirks, relationships and individuality.
From Justice, the steer who broke out of a truck on the way to the slaughterhouse and who is now the self-appointed "greeter" at his sanctuary, to Gilly, a small white hen rescued from a factory egg farm who found quiet happiness in a loving home, each animal has a compelling story that will captivate. Beautiful photos complement, allowing us the chance to get up close and personal, and to look into their eyes - the "windows of the soul" - and see the extraordinary spark of life they hold.
Some of the animals will make you chuckle, others will move you, some may bring tears to your eyes, and some will just give you something to think about. All of them are fascinating. Come with us on a journey to meet them...
* Ninety-five is the average number of animals spared annually by one person's vegan diet.
The photographs are spectacular. Beautiful tribute to these rescued animals. I want to buy another copy for a friend now. LOVED this book.Published 2 days ago by Fiona from Aus
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who has an interest in farmed animals. The stories about the animals' lives show what we all have in common as living beings on the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by B. Gleason
Every person needs to read this book, just 95 were saved out of the millions of tortured, abused and butchered animals. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Linda L Szurley
This book has beautiful photos and touching stories about rescued farm animals. I've teared up when reading it. Read morePublished 10 months ago by alamedacat
This book will connect you with the real lives of animals...you learn about their personalities and see them for the beautiful creatures they are and are meant to be...Published 11 months ago by Cheryl
How anyone who's not vegetarian or vegan could read this and not make significant changes to his or her diet is beyond me. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Anthony Reed
Great buy. My two year old loves looking at the pictures and likes me to read off the animals names. Great coffee table book-very good quality.Published 17 months ago by veggiedmc
We are a vegan family and keep this on our coffee table. It is nice to read the stories of the rescued animals. We like to look at the pictures too. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Tami, Brooklyn Mom
I am not a big fan of animal stories because in my experience, most books, even the ones with good intentions and good stories, loose the reader with their over-endearing tone. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Laura