by Themistocle Sordellini
Every day, we see cats and dogs walking our city streets. We ask ourselves, “Where did they come from? Were they born here?”
The answer lies, sad to say, in the uncaring attitude of some of those who own pets. Animals need our help and protection. They must be seen as members of the family—and given care and love. Cats and dogs suffer the most. In Humane Societies of some American cities, cats are no longer even accepted due to the large number already taken in. There are millions of dogs and cats in our homes, but millions more on the streets are euthanized because they are not wanted.
Abandon is their story. You can help the situation by neutering your pet.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born in The Bronx, New York, Themistocle Sordellini makes his home in Hollywood, Florida. He and his wife, Rita, are the parents of five children: Cynthia, Patricia, Timothy Jr., Anthony, and Michael.
Sordellini holds a master of arts degree in theology from Barry University in Miami Shores, Florida, where he has also taught as an adjunct professor for many years. He is now retired.
Abandon is Sordellini’s second book. His first book, My Buddy, covering the travels of a cat, was published by Dorrance Publishing in 1995.
(2004, paperback, 96 pages)
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