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Gratitude is in their eyes, and their shiny coats, and their waggly tails. Their stories, and the stories of their rescuers, are collected in a great big bear hug of a book: Kentucky Living’s Creature Comforts.

The book garnered author Paula Sparrow a Media Advocacy Award from Pet Groups United.

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Second Chances for Wildlife

By Paula Sparrow from November 2014 Issue

Second Chances for Wildlife

Credit: Brigette Williams

Second Chances for Wildlife   Cindy Lou is sniffing a visitor's fingers. Blackjack is working his best moves to get some attention. And Cash is insisting he needs to be…
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