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There are some great messages to this book too, and that's one that hits home for me. There are many many breeders out there that feel they're doing the world a favor by making more puppies and kitties, but the truth is there are so many pets in the shelters that aren't going home with anyone. My wife and i have adopted three kitties from our local shelters. Although they don't get along with each other most of the time, they love curling up in our laps for some love and attention (I have one next to me on the couch as I type). All of those animals in those shelters deserve the same type of love. I wish I could save them all but all I can do is tell my family and friends that adopting is the better option, and hope that they'll love their pets like they're family. It saddens me that people could ever give up their pets, knowing what happens to them if they're not adopted. Or maybe they don't know?
Point is, ADOPT. If you have any room in your life for a pet, do not go to a breeder or a pet store, ADOPT from your local shelter. Also, buy Suzie's books, she donates part of the proceeds from every book to the Hearts United for Animals and the NOH8 Campaign!
And for me this book shows that love is love. And it can happen to anyone at any time in their life.