All Pets Center offers special book for homeless pets

Glenda Heideman reads a copy of “A Forever Family, A Puppy’s Tale,” by Michelle Rodenburg.



All Pets Center is selling a creative children’s book that will not only educate kids about pet overpopulation but also benefit Mesa County’s Project PUP’s.

“A Forever Family, A Puppy’s Tale,” by Michelle Rodenburg, follows the journey of one lonely and lost puppy named Katie. She finds friends at the shelter while she waits for a family and a place to call home.

“Debbie is writing these kinds of books because she’s concerned about pet overpopulation and she wants people to know that we can do something about unwanted pets,” said Glenda Heideman, office manager.

The book also includes a CD filled with inspirational music written, composed and performed by Becky Rodenburg and David Miller. The book was illustrated by Eric Fronapfel. All of those involved with the publication of the book are from Colorado.

Cost of the full-color book is $15. Six dollars of each sale will be donated to Project PUP’s, a program that provides discounted spay and neuter services to Mesa County pets including dogs, cats, rabbits and pot-bellied pigs.

“It’s important that we get money to these kinds of causes that help educate about pet population control,” Heideman explained.

All Pets Center is located at 424 S. Fifth St. Call 241-1976 for information.


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