We don't know about this book but we know it's true about hoomans.Your Pals,Murphy & Stanley
Mom googled that book to see what it was all about - it sounds like a great one to read. Thanks for sharing -now go give your Mom a kiss:)Woos - Ciara and Lightning
Oh Dear we have not heard of that book but Mom will look. She reads all the books about animals she can find.Hugs madi your bfff
I'll have to check this book out! I hate sad animal stories! They always make me cry.
I hate sad stories cause I hate feeling bad. I like stories with happy endings. It hurts my heart for bad things to happen to anyone (two or four legged) especial to those who can't defend themselves or speak out against those who harm them. So I'm going to stop thinking about sad stuff like that and take joy in having pals like y'all.Aroo to you,Sully
Mom remembers her teacher daughter telling her about this book. She needs to find more time to read - she misses readinghugsMr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel
Oh don't be sad Mom, not all hoomans stink honestMaggie Mae, you haf to licky away Moms tearsLoves and licky kissesPrincess Leah xxx
Hey Stella Rose!Wow, sounds like an interesting book fur sure! I'll mention it to Mom....she loves a good read.Grr and Woof,Sarge, Police Commish
Oh we don't like crying booksLily & Edward
Awwwwwww, must have been a good story.
We need to keep the good humans close to our heart
Humans are beautiful and terrible all rolled into one, especially when dealing with other creatures!
We keep hoping that the not stinky humans will someday outnumber the stinky ones....Big Hugs!Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
Oh, I never heard of that book, or of Ivan. Sounds like it must be a sad story.... Sad animal stories are too much for me!
We bet it's a great read, but our Mommy steers clear of tear-jerkers. She is very tender-hearted.
This sounds like a wonderful book! Your mom is right about some hoomans, Stella Rose.Love ya lots♥Mitch and Molly
I better not read this, I have never recovered from Kokos kittenretro rover
We are going to try and find that book. Sometimes when Mom gets home from work, she smells like blood and she has the remnants of tears on her face. She never talks about it, she just puts her face down in my furs and gives me a big hug.Abby Lab
We hadn't heard of this book but it sure sounds sad. :(
We has never read that book but Momma is such a softy that when she reads or hears about a animal being mistreated she has bad nightmares about it.
I volunteered at Zoo Atlanta when Ivan was released there and walked on grass for the first time. It was pretty wonderful! I also saw him in his small cage because I grew up in Oregon. We humans are a really weird combination of stink and not. Becky