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A Dog Without Hope

Neglected, unloved and abandoned, the puppy that just wanted to be loved

Barby Keel

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Seven Dials
26 May 2020
A tiny puppy, neglected and abused, and the foster carer determined to heal her.

When tiny puppy Princess is dumped at the doors of the Barby Keel Animal Sanctuary by her owners, the brown and white boxer is suffering from horrendous injuries resulting from a car accident. Having been operated on by an incompetent vet, her front leg has been amputated in a botched surgery, leaving her weak and barely able to stand.

With gentle love and care, Barby and her team at the Sanctuary work hard to give this brave little dog a second lease of life.

Playful and loving, despite her difficult start in life, Princess is desperate for a forever family to call her own. But Barby is heartbroken as she watches Princess get rejected over and over again by potential owners who are put off by her terrible injury.

Will Princess ever find someone to love her?
By:   Barby Keel
Imprint:   Seven Dials
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Edition:   Digital original
Dimensions:   Height: 196mm,  Width: 130mm,  Spine: 22mm
Weight:   220g
ISBN:   9781409194712
ISBN 10:   140919471X
Series:   A Foster Tails Story
Pages:   256
Publication Date:   26 May 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  ELT Advanced ,  Primary
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Barby Keel has run an animal sanctuary in the countryside in Sussex for 54 years. At the age of 28 Barby bought four acres of land for 1400, built her own home brick by brick, and then dedicated her life to caring for the animals who were often dumped at her door. Barby is working with Cathryn Kemp, Sunday Times bestselling writer, award-winning author and a former journalist. She has written across the spectrum of the British press, both tabloid and broadsheet, and online, and for many magazines. In 2002 she won the Peter Wilson Award for Journalism before running her own press agency writing for radio and television. She is the author of Coming Clean: Diary of a Painkiller Addict, published by Piatkus in 2012, which won the Big Red Read Prize for non-fiction in 2013. Cathryn has written seven other titles, including Jam Butties and a Pan of Scouse, We Ain't Got No Drink, Pa and A Fish Supper and a Chippy Smile.

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