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  • Rescue Matters

  • How to Find, Foster, and Rehome Companion Animals: A Guide for Volunteers and Organizers
  • By: Sheila Webster Boneham
  • Narrated by: Teresa Willis
  • Length: 5 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
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Part I of Rescue Matters! covers the legal, organizational, and paperwork needs of rescue groups, as well as finding and working with volunteers. Part II deals with the animals themselves: how to evaluate (health issues, personality assessment, type of home needed) foster homes and veterinary care, assessing potential adopters, training, and dealing with behavioral problems. The book offers something for everyone interested in saving homeless pets, from those wanting to help out a few hours a week to those willing to provide foster homes or volunteer their organizational, office, or publicity skills.

©2009 Sheila Webster Boneham (P)2012 Sheila Webster Boneham

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