Animal Tails for Grownups

By: Don Unger
Narrated by: Jim Selleck
Length: 53 mins
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Maurey's got bigger problems than a judgy judge to deal with: He has a murderer to bring to justice. And he's working on a short clock.

Animal Tails for Grownups is a short collection of four vignettes that takes the listener inside the worlds of mice, dogs, cats, and horses.

From your perspective, perhaps trapping and killing mice just makes you a responsible homeowner.

As Maurey sees it?

You're a genocideer!

Dogs, cats, and horses?

They have a bone or two to pick with humans as well.

©2018 Don Unger (P)2019 Wordwooze Publishing

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So cute!

This book is short, but packed with four stories. I enjoyed all of them fromthe rat lawyer the The cats and horse sense. All discuss the downfalls of being owned by humans it is pretty funny and not been in one direction or the other so is enjoyable no matter what your opinion of animal treatment. I thought it was a Larry us and I thought Don did a good job posting both opinions not at this book is about animal rights it’s not I just caught that narrative as I listened. I really enjoyed this book. I also thought the narration was excellent it truly was awesome one of the premium narrative jobs I loved it!

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Fun!

This one was different from what I am used too. The narrator Jim Selleck did a great job.