Little Truff by Ann Russell

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A MUST-READ for ALL animal lovers, 11-111 years!
A delightful, modern family story for new generations.
Terrified of her owner, Little Truff, an abused Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, runs away from home. Life on the streets is raw and challenging, but she learns how to cope. When she's caught on the beach by the ranger and taken to the pound, she finds a dog's life is expendable; fewer than half the dogs survive the experience. Some are lucky enough to go to new homes, but many are put to sleep in their prime. When Little Truff's time is up she appeals for help to Anubis, the black jackal and Egyptian god dog, before she's led away to her fate.
What will happen to her? Will he hear her cries or will she be just another sad statistic?
Little Truff is a poignant account with insight - at times harrowing - into how people often treat their canine friends.
 

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Published December 17, 2011 by AM Publishing New Zealand. 105 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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