Free Download [Classics Book] ¿ The Dog Who Rescues Cats: The True Story of Ginny - by Philip González Leonore Fleischer ò

By Philip González Leonore Fleischer | Comments: ( 887 ) | Date: ( Nov 20, 2019 )

The true story of Ginny, an abused dog with an affinity for rescuing cats in trouble, describes Ginny s part in the saving of such handicapped felines as the one eyed Revlon, deaf Madam, and the paralyzed Topsy 35,000 first printing 20,000 ad promo.

  • Title: The Dog Who Rescues Cats: The True Story of Ginny
  • Author: Philip González Leonore Fleischer
  • ISBN: 9780060172732
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments The Dog Who Rescues Cats: The True Story of Ginny

  • Pamela

    Oh, what a WONDERFUL inspirational memoir!!! A little tail-wagging story with a big purring heart.Philip Gonzalez, survived the Vietnam war. Despite the horrors of things he saw and experienced, he pushed past the anguish and became a revered steam-fitter and contractor; helping to "build buildings, important ones, structures that would still be standing a hundred years from now." Which included the upgrading of Ellis Island. Then, tragedy struck. A construction accident pulverized his arm, conc [...]

  • CatReads

    For anyone that thinks dogs can't love cats. Truly a heartwarming story. I throughly enjoyed this book!Ginny is a dog that is adopted by Philip Gonzalez after he had lost interest in living after an accident. Ginny has an amazing sixth sense that enabled her to find and rescue stray and ailing cats. Join Ginny and Philip on their adventures rescuing cats and learning what living and life really are!

  • Cherie

    I guarantee you will fall in love with this kind-hearted little dog who helped those in need. Highly recommended; quick read.

  • Cheryl

    Philip Gonzalez was wounded in Vietnam. He fell into a state of depression, but took the advice of friends and adopted a dog. His dog, a scruffy little female, began to alert him to the plight of cats who were disabled or in danger. Together they have rescued many cats. This is a heartwarming tale of love and compassion.

  • Reta Anna Maria

    Lapsuuden nostalgioita. Joskus ala-asteella koulun kirjastosta lainasin ja luin.

  • Julia

    This was one book that my sister mentioned to me that she was going to get then changed her mind for something else. I had heard a similar story on Animal Planet but it wasn't the same dog so I was really excited and interested to have this book so when my sister offered to get me a book I asked her to purchase this one as she had previously planned. This book has met a lot of my expectations while it was really sweet. The black and white pictures showed this wasn't just a dog who barked the tal [...]

  • Christine

    A heartwarming true story of a man injured in an industrial accident who adopts a dog and together they go on to save many cats, many of which are disabled. This was an enjoyable uplifting story that I couldn't put down (as I knew it would be since I read the second book already.) I One thing that bothered mea lady that the author fed strays with. She had 120 catsn anyone say animal hoarder?

  • Samir Dhond

    I read this book long ago. It was recommended by a friend of mine. I love animals and thus, I land up reading many books like these. This is a true story of a Army man and his dog. It's fascinating and heart warming as well. Please do read this book.

  • Laura

    How I loved this story! Read it with the whole family. Made us laugh, made us cry. Anyone who loves animals would love this book. Beautiful stories about overcoming adversity for both humans and animals.

  • Stephanie A.

    An old favorite. There's something very modern-classic about this book, and I think it's the fact that it's neatly compact and doesn't pad the word count with tangents about the author's life. The author is incredibly likable, a hardworking blue collar man who ends up devoting himself to cat rescue when he's no longer able to work, but he avoids being the focus unless he's talking about what he's doing for animals.Ginny is an undeniably weird-looking little mutt, but her adoration of cats, espec [...]

  • Kirsti

    What an inspiring book! I loved Ginny, and I loved Philip's transformation because of this beautiful little dog. I was instantly drawn in by the introduction by Cleveland Amory, and author I've enjoyed reading in the past. Ginny's enchanting little face stares up at you from the cover, and it's not hard to see why Philip loved this dog. If you love animals without discrimination, then you will love this book. I know I sure did! Going straight into my favorite books of all time :)

  • Dave

    This book is unforgettable. I don't really like dogs but I do like cats and what this Brooklyn dog was able to do for cats in trouble is amazing and claimed to be true. My aunt in Brooklyn told me to read this many years ago.

  • Graceann

    Ginny not only saved cats, she saved Philip Gonzalez. His story is as interesting as hers, and how she found cats to save over the course of her lovely life (she passed away just recently) is fascinating to contemplate.

  • Kellie Luley

    Philip and Ginny are just amazing! The book is a quick and easy read. However, it is still filled with inspiration, joy, sadness, and hopefulness. I recommend all animal lovers to read this book. Animals really can change people's lives!!

  • Erin

    Love this story and what a sweet dog Ginny is. There need to be more dogs like her and her owner (and his neighbor). It was a fast and fun read for dog and cat lovers alike!

  • Carol Schultz

    This is a must read for all animal lovers. It's not a literary masterpiece, but carries a wonderful message.

  • Carol Cotter

    Spoiler, dog does not die at end. Great book

  • Sidnaw

    What a dog, and what a story. Ginny was one of a kind. I loved this book.

  • Laura

    If you love animals especially cats and dogs, you will find this a page turner. Just too awesome that a dog loves kitties that much. very cool.

  • Finvarra Penn

    I really liked this book. Shows that even cats and dogs, two animals who have been enemies for a long, long time, can still get along.

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  • Rebecca McNutt

    The Dog Who Rescues Cats is a really good animal story, but it's also one about finding a light at the end of things even when it seems like it's all going wrong.

  • Crystal

    I read this in one sitting, which I rarely do. It was so good and so sweet. I wish I could meet Ginny and Philip. :)

  • Jeanne Beauchemin

    Excellent book! What a dog!

  • Bella

    I was slightly surprised with the ease with which I obtained this book -- that my local, municipal library holds a copy (large print) of it. I was attracted to the premise of the story, and after overcoming some doubts regarding the veracity of some of the minor details of Mr. Gonzalez's adventure of feline-accumulation when his accounts were confirmed by a reference to the magazine "Good Housekeeping" doing a feature of Ginny, his dog, I came to the final pages of the book where I found his "co [...]

  • Karen

    I have mixed feelings about this book. The basic story is a good one. Man gets injured, man rescues dog who in turn essentially rescues him, dog rescues cats. The dog sounds wonderful and the people in her life were able to not only open their hearts to this homeless dog, but were able to also open their hearts (and homes) to many homeless, needy cats. The drawback to this book is that it was written mostly by the author (as opposed to huge input from his coauthor) and he is not a writer. I hate [...]

  • Cindy

    "Where is it written that an angel must have wings and not a wagging tail?" I'm a sucker for interspecies friendships and for anyone who helps animals that others deem unloveable. This book is full of both.

  • Kate

    A story of a very sweet dog. Maybe not the most well-written book, but a heart warming tale nonetheless.

  • Danielle

    A very sweet and charming read. Dog and cat lovers alike will love Ginny and her many rescue cats.

  • Kristin

    This is definitely a quick read and enjoyable for both dog and cat lovers. Gonzalez tells the story of his dog, Ginny, who has an uncanny talent for picking out homeless cats with special needs. Injured in an industrial accident, Gonzalez himself is disabled, but when a friend insisted that the way to break out of his post-injury depression was to adopt a dog, he reluctantly accompanied her to the animal shelter where Ginny picked him out. While out for a walk early in her life with Gonzalez, Gi [...]

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