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by Joe L Wheeler PH.D. Ph.D.
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Pets & Animal Care
  • Author:
    Joe L Wheeler PH.D. Ph.D.
  • ISBN:
    0816322961
  • ISBN13:
    978-0816322961
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  • Publisher:
    Pacific Press Publishing Association (January 1, 2008)
  • Pages:
    159 pages
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    Pets & Animal Care
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In his fiftieth story anthology, and the fifth book of The Good Lord Made Them All series, Joe L. Wheeler has gathered a diverse collection of stories about animal heroes. Thirteen of the sixteen animal heroes chosen for this collection either risked their lives or gave their lives for people - some of whom were men, women, or children they barely knew! These stories remind us that God created all creatures - the wise, the wonderful, the great, and the small - with an amazing capacity for courage and forgiveness, love and sacrifice.

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Wild animals were on show in London

Wild animals were on show in London. To see them people had to pay money, or bring dogs and cats which were thrown to the wild animals to eat. Wanting to see the wild animals, a man caught a little dog in the street and brought it to the menagerie. The lion never harmed the little dog, but ate his food, slept with the dog and even played with it. One day a gentleman came to the menagerie and recognised his little dog; he told the menagerie owner that the dog was his and that he wanted. Thereupon the eagle gave a great cry, spread her wings, and flew heavily away towards the sea. She returned late in the evening, flying slowly and low, but carrying another large fish in her claws.

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James decides it is best to put the animal down. The duo's silence speaks volumes. Dean later gets a puppy and names it after his recent departure. Tristan plays a phone prank on James, pretending to be farmer Sims, of Beal Close. Tristan blames the broken headlamp on an accident with a farm gate. With his car in being fixed, and James' brakes not up to standard, Tristan asks Siegfried if he can borrow his Rover to get to a call in Sorton. Others have become victims of a dog. Siegfried has to make a late-night call to Harold Ingledew, who is less than helpful after an evening of drinking at home.

In his fiftieth story anthology, and the fifth book of The Good Lord Made Them All series, Joe L. Wheeler has gathered a diverse collection of stories about animal heroes. Thirteen of the sixteen animal heroes chosen for this collection either risked their lives or gave their lives for people - some of whom were men, women, or children they barely knew! These stories remind us that God created all creatures - the wise, the wonderful, the great, and the small - with an amazing capacity for courage and forgiveness, love and sacrifice.