Synopses & Reviews
Kittyville is part of the largest no-kill animal facility in the nation. This book features an upclose-and-personal look at the array of special cats who are helped at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Southern Utah.
Kittyville depicts the poignant stories of the endearing cats that are rescued and rehabilitated at the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, the largest no-kill animal facility in the country, located in Southern Utah. Readers will get an up close-and-personal look at how the cats are helped by the Best Friends trainers to overcome their tragic histories of abuse and neglect. Best Friends has been given major exposure by the popular "Dogtown" TV episodes, three of which aired in January, 2008, and five more will begin to air in September.
Kittyville is the neighborhood at Best Friends Animal Society, the largest no-kill animal haven in the United States, that's solely dedicated to the cats who are rescued by Best Friends and their Rapid Response teams. The Cats of Kittyville reveals the inspiring story of how a devoted crew of vets, specialists, caregivers, and volunteers perform miracles every day, giving the abused and abandoned cats in their care a happy new life. A primary goal of Best Friends is to place all animals in loving homes. Illustrated with over 85 photos, this captivating book shows how and why new lives happen for these special cats.