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Rescue Ink: How Ten Guys Saved Countless Dogs and Cats, Twelve Horses, Five Pigs, One Duck,and a Few Turtles Awesome BookReally appreciate this book We ve always had dog s so obviously we love them all Right now I m restricted to two they re precious I appreciate the dedication this group has to helping as many animals as possible growing they re resources volunteers Also The stories are woven in out along with the back stories of each of the members of the group The information about how to search for a lost pet, searching for your next forever companion not supporting the puppy mills Awesome BookReally appreciate this book We ve always had dog s so obviously we love them all Right now I m restricted to two they re precious I appreciate the dedication this group has to helping as many animals as possible growing they re resources volunteers Also The stories are woven in out along with the back stories of each of the members of the group The information about how to search for a lost pet, searching for your next forever companion not supporting the puppy mills or pet stores Ready for the next editionstories Thank you for everything y all do I enjoyed reading this book, although at times my inner feminist wanted to bash out of it s inner sanctum to the massive amount of testosterone references made within the book But how can one argue with a bunch of guys who are helping animals It is hard, and I have to say I appreciate what these guys do and the way in which they do it I love their tag line Abusers are loser and am glad that there are people out there that will do what has to be done to take care of those animals.The book I enjoyed reading this book, although at times my inner feminist wanted to bash out of it s inner sanctum to the massive amount of testosterone references made within the book But how can one argue with a bunch of guys who are helping animals It is hard, and I have to say I appreciate what these guys do and the way in which they do it I love their tag line Abusers are loser and am glad that there are people out there that will do what has to be done to take care of those animals.The book itself was an easy read Each persons story is broken into a different chapter so it is easy to pick up at different times I have heard that if you watch the show it is a little repetitive, but as someone who hasn t seen the show I enjoyed it I would recommend this book to any animal lover out there The True Story Of Ten Tough And Tattooed Bikers Who Rescue Animals In DangerUsing Their Combined Pounds Of Muscle, Joe, Johnny O, Batso, Big Ant, G, Angel, Eric, Des, Bruce And Robert Stop At Nothing Within The Bounds Of The Law To Save Animals, Be They Furred, Feathered, Or Scaled, From Life Or Death Situations Throughout The New York City Metropolitan AreaWorking From Tips From Concerned Neighbors And Anonymous Sources, They Have Rescued Countless Animals, Including A Dognapped Bulldog And Cats From The Home Of A Hoarder In Between Rescues, They Ve Protested The Barbaric Practices Of A Horse Slaughterhouse, Visited Schools To Educate Children About Animal Kindness And That Abusers Are Losers, And Participated In Puppy Mill Awareness Day In Lancaster, PennsylvaniaFormer Newsday Writer Denise Flaim Chronicles Their Adventurous Tales, Detailing Just What These Brawny Bikers, Who Will Stop At Nothing Within The Bounds Of The Law, Can Teach Us All About Respecting The Creatures In Our Midst I picked this book up because it caught my eye on the way through my local half priced books It is a book of short, episodic chapters covering both the members of Rescue Ink and some of theirmemorable rescue stories A unique look at animal rescue from a unique group of animal rescuers Most of the members are tattooed, largely muscled men with a soft spot for misunderstood breeds and critters in need Each member has their own background and reasons for doing what they do and each have t I picked this book up because it caught my eye on the way through my local half priced books It is a book of short, episodic chapters covering both the members of Rescue Ink and some of theirmemorable rescue stories A unique look at animal rescue from a unique group of animal rescuers Most of the members are tattooed, largely muscled men with a soft spot for misunderstood breeds and critters in need Each member has their own background and reasons for doing what they do and each have their own specialties Not every story is a success and some are downright heartbreaking I really enjoyed the focus on rehabilitating pit bulls and other breeds who have been abused or used for bait dogs There is a chapter on an cat hoarder that I would not recommend reading if you plan to eat anything in the next 2 hours or so They do not spare the graphic details which really drives many of the stories home This book really frustrated me It resorted to really misogynistic language I know there is a certain intriguing allure to the notion of a bunch of burly tattooed guys rescuing animals, but the author delved into problematic territory Here is a copy of the letter I wrote to the author Needless to say she did not respond Dear Ms Flaim, I picked up a copy of your book Rescue Ink at my local library with great enthusiasm However the stories of triumph and compassion have been overshadowed by This book really frustrated me It resorted to really misogynistic language I know there is a certain intriguing allure to the notion of a bunch of burly tattooed guys rescuing animals, but the author delved into problematic territory Here is a copy of the letter I wrote to the author Needless to say she did not respond Dear Ms Flaim, I picked up a copy of your book Rescue Ink at my local library with great enthusiasm However the stories of triumph and compassion have been overshadowed by the need to insert comedic banter at the expense of LGBT folks and women As I fall into both of these categories, this is quite offensive, especially coming from an animal rescue book which should be just about the animals From the joke about the gay midget to the fag bag to constantly stressing the guys traits as opposite to women s and decidedly manly, this book has left me disappointed and sad You could have left all this out and the stories of the animals and the guys would have come through just the same We get that they re tough guys but homophobic and misogynistic comments have no place in this book A real shame and disappointment Loved this book Its about tatted burly guys going to rescue animals in New York and nearby places, and their struggle with their own lives It gives you details of these guys lives and who they were before they started saving animals It basically an inspirational book to rougher people that no matter how much of a bad ass you are, compassion is still in your nature, and you can do so much good with that, and sometimes you just might need that bad ass in you to come out to help persuade peopl Loved this book Its about tatted burly guys going to rescue animals in New York and nearby places, and their struggle with their own lives It gives you details of these guys lives and who they were before they started saving animals It basically an inspirational book to rougher people that no matter how much of a bad ass you are, compassion is still in your nature, and you can do so much good with that, and sometimes you just might need that bad ass in you to come out to help persuade people to stop abusing animals I absolutely loved this book My copy has post it notes and paper sticking out of it, mostly quotes I haven t collected yet What those guys do for animals and people is nothing short of amazing This book is a joy to read, although it does have its dark spots These guys go well beyond the call of duty that they never had in the first place no one paid them to start rescuing animals the fact that they love pitbulls and similar dogs only makes me like themReading about the rescue I absolutely loved this book My copy has post it notes and paper sticking out of it, mostly quotes I haven t collected yet What those guys do for animals and people is nothing short of amazing This book is a joy to read, although it does have its dark spots These guys go well beyond the call of duty that they never had in the first place no one paid them to start rescuing animals the fact that they love pitbulls and similar dogs only makes me like themReading about the rescuers pasts helps further the connection between the reader and them There was one slur, on page 176, near the bottom of the page it was not directed at a person Being a part of the LGBTQ community, the slur didn t exactly make me happy, but I just sighed, grumbled a bit, and moved on Anyone who loves animals should read this book I liked this book okay I think it presents a realistic picture of the world of animal rescue and some of the problems faced by individuals or organizations trying to make a difference Though I generally attend best to stories whether fiction or nonfiction , I think the chapter I liked the best in this book was the last one that is resources They take the time to explain and outline where to go to get a pet responsibly They explain what it means for someone to be a reputable breeder and ho I liked this book okay I think it presents a realistic picture of the world of animal rescue and some of the problems faced by individuals or organizations trying to make a difference Though I generally attend best to stories whether fiction or nonfiction , I think the chapter I liked the best in this book was the last one that is resources They take the time to explain and outline where to go to get a pet responsibly They explain what it means for someone to be a reputable breeder and how to know if someone is one They explain what to do if you pet gets loose lost I thought it was a very useful section and that its inclusion illustrated the responsibility the group advocates, giving them additional credibility 3 1 2 stars Rescue Ink breaks some of the stereotypes about those involved in animal rescue and about tough, tattooed bikers I think that this contradiction of expected behavior is the best thing about the book.The perception is that women are the tenderhearted ones who rescue animals everyone knows that And for the most part, that is true Apparently, someone forgot to mention it to this group of mostly big, heavily inked bikers And they are not above using the intimidation factor to get 3 1 2 stars Rescue Ink breaks some of the stereotypes about those involved in animal rescue and about tough, tattooed bikers I think that this contradiction of expected behavior is the best thing about the book.The perception is that women are the tenderhearted ones who rescue animals everyone knows that And for the most part, that is true Apparently, someone forgot to mention it to this group of mostly big, heavily inked bikers And they are not above using the intimidation factor to get what they want when it comes to rescuing an abused or neglected animal.I applaud the mission and dedication of these guys The stories are interesting, sad, sometimes with joyful endings It hurts to even read some of them Still, they are not stories much different that other rescuers and people who read about them have seen or read too many times The strength in this book, and in this group of unlikely rescuers, is the message it sends Big, strong guys can be compassionate Abusing and neglecting animals makes a person weaker, takes away from his humanity rather than adding to it, and owning a big, tough dog does not make anyone a tough person Rescue Ink, both the book and the group, is getting that message out to anyone who will listen As all of us readers have learned, you shouldn t judge a book by its cover, whether literally or when seeing a biker holding a newborn kitten.Animal rescue in any form is a hard job, and these guys are as good at it as the proverbial little old lady in sneakers, sometimes better One quote about rescuers that hit home for me More than the anger and frustration at seeing animals discarded like fast food wrappers,than the sadness at seeing dogs that are starved or ripped up in dogfighting practice, the most dangerous side effect is weariness.The book is not great literature and doesn t pretend to be, but is a worthwhile and touching read for anyone who loves animals The pictures make it all thereal There is apparently a series about the group on National Geographic Channel, but I haven t seen it Good read Reading at a friend s house so read it faster You need a big heart and a tough constitution to do this rescue work We need as a society to be better to animals.


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