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In this true, heartwarming book of stories of animal escapes, hear about:

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Pig: A pair of pigs headed for slaughter jumped off a ramp while being unloaded from a livestock truck. They squeezed through a fence and made a dash for freedom.

Dora: A cow being sold for slaughter broke her neck rope at a cattle auction and escaped to a nearby woods. She lived there for a full summer fending for herself until rescue came.

Little Orphan Andy: A lamb born during transport in a truckload of sheep was rescued by a woman watching the animals being unloaded.

Huey, Duey, and Sidekick Chick: Two ducks and a rooster were brought to a farm sanctuary on the same day and bonded as a happy threesome.

©2016, 2017, 2018 BARBARA COX (P)2018 BARBARA COX

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This is fun and true and good for kids to know

This is a very cute and true book about animals being saved from going to slaughterhouses but it is narrated in an exciting and warm was for kids to learn about animals. The author has a warm heart and really loves animals and the reader does to. You can tell! The stories are true and the information about farm shelters is really good, too. This is probably good for middle school kids or to be read to little kids, too.

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