What inspired you to write your book?
I am an animal advocate who networks with others every day to change the lives of shelter animals and save lives. Online networking has changed the face of animal rescue and it really works. It can be such a simple undertaking, that I wanted to show others how easy it is.
About your Book:
Do you love animals? Are you dismayed when you see stories of animal abuse and cruelty in the news? Did you ever wish you could do something about it, but you just didn’t know where to start? Just 30 seconds a day on the Internet can not only make a difference, but can also change the world. This inspiring, informative and highly useful resource is for novices as well as experienced animal rescuers. Combining case histories with practical tips, this guide demonstrates how to use the Internet to advocate for dogs; from simple clicks to more advanced methods. This guide will show you how just one person can put change in motion.
Book Genre: non-fiction / pets
What formats are your books in
Both eBook and Print
Cayr Ariel Wulff is an author, artist, and animal advocate. She has volunteered in animal rescue for more than 26 years. She served as Contributing Editor at Pet Pardons News, reporting on stories of animal abuse and animal welfare. She writes a column as the Cleveland Pets Examiner, and is the National Animal Books Examiner. She also maintains a personal blog about dogs: ‘Up on the Woof’, and uses her yelodoggie art to spread the joy of living with dogs. She has written three other books about her rescue pets experiences; “Born Without a Tail” (2007), “Circling the Waggins;How 5 Misfit Dogs Saved Me from Bewilderness” (2012), “Parade of Misfits” (2013) and “How to Change the World in 30 Seconds: A Web Warrior’s Guide to Animal Advocacy Online.” She attributes her love of animals to having been raised by Wulffs.
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