excerpt from the review:
“When a book with more pictures than words causes you to slow down, smile and ponder the special gifts that dogs
bring us, you know it’s something special. The Year of Living Miraculously is
definitely that book, and something to smile about.
We were introduced to this book when the
author,Eleanor Kas, contacted us after reading about theTripawds Northern California Mill Valley pawty. The location for our pawty had special meaning for her, because her beloved rescue dog, Pulgacito, loved to play at that
dog park. For people who visit the park frequently, there’s no doubt that Pulgacito made a pawsitive impact on them.
Pulgacito, an elderly pit bull mix, is among three dogs found
in a San Francisco crack house on Valentine’s Day, 2007. The dogs are seized and impounded by the SF County Department
of Animal Control where they arescheduled to be put down. In the final hour, Pulgacito is rescued, and makes his way to the
affluent Marin County suburb of Mill Valley.
day he arrives to his new home, he is diagnosed with a severely disfiguring and debilitating nasal cancer. What follows is
a journey of heartache and inspiration wherein the author makes surprising discoveries abouteverything from public attitudes
toward disfigurement and illness to Pulgacito’s own logic-defying vibrancy and mettle. "
You can obtain a copy of this very special book
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