August 27 2011 Exotic Pets Newsletter
Exotic Pets Found in Dumpsters Still in Cages
A hedgehog found in a dumpster; cage and all. A rabbit tied to a tree, the skin had grown over its collar. How many thousands of innocents must suffer? Animals left starving, no food, no water, stuck in their cages; abandoned when their people moved out. You talk the talk, will you walk the walk?
I left the wrong URL to my new book last news letter here is the correct information.
If you have enjoyed my exotic pet articles I know you will enjoy my brand new EBook. Ferrets: A Complete Guide is an EBook for novice ferret owners, experienced ferret owners, and people that are considering a ferret for the first time. Great as a reference guide or a standalone care book for ferrets.
http://www.bellaonline.com/ebooks/ebook190 Check it out :)
Easy download, instant access, and inexpensive for one of the best books available on ferrets! This is also a way to help support Exotic Pets BellaOnline. We donate our time and BellaOnline is a non-profit site, all revenue except for expenses (servers and whatnot - no salaries period!) is donated to charity. Paypal and credit cards! Only $3.99, big savings when books don’t have to be printed, also saves our natural resources! Great gift for ferret lovers!
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