Rob Laidlaw’s Saving Lives and Changing Hearts: Animal Sanctuaries and Rescue Centers   1 comment

rl 4Rob Laidlaw’s newest animal protection book is “Saving Lives and Changing Hearts: Animal Sanctuaries and Rescue Centers.” It focuses on animal rescues and the sanctuaries that provide homes for these animals; it also explains what a true sanctuary is as opposed to those who pose as such.

I received “Saving Lives and Changing Hearts: Animal Sanctuaries and Rescue Centers” in a shipment of books at the library I work at last week and was very excited to read it having been familiar with Rob’s previous books:

“No Shelter Here, Making The World A Kinder Place for Dogs”
“On Parade, The Hidden World of Animals in Entertainment”
“Wild Animals in Captivity”

I flipped through the pages and to my great surprise a “very special tiger” { TONY } has a feature page, including ALDF’s fight to relocate him to a reputable sanctuary. I thanked Rob for including Tony in his book and for bringing Tony’s story to young readers.

 

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You can learn more about Rob’s wonderful books here: http://roblaidlawbooks.com/

Please visit http://www.zoocheck.com/ Zoocheck Canada is a national animal protection charity established to protect wildlife in captivity and in the wild.

Rob has spent more than 30 years working to protect animals.

He is the founder of the wildlife protection organization Zoocheck Canada and the author of award winning animal protection books for young readers.

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One response to “Rob Laidlaw’s Saving Lives and Changing Hearts: Animal Sanctuaries and Rescue Centers

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  1. Rob, Keep up the great work. God bless you~!~

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