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By Arthur Benjamin,Paulette Cooper Noble

Meet Arthur Benjamin, animal activist, philanthropist, company government and his carrier puppy Bandit. His foundations—The Arthur E. Benjamin beginning and American puppy Rescue Foundation—have kept thousands of animals, many inside hours of being euthanized, matching lots of them with new households. He’s raised hundreds of thousands of greenbacks for puppy rescue, labored to elevate knowledge and funds for no-kill shelters, for neutering and spaying of neighborhood animals and foreign road canine, and rescuing pets left in the back of from hurricanes, earthquakes, and tornadoes.

His foundations have helped pay for life-saving animal surgical procedures, to deliver domestic canine from Iraq and Afghanistan to be reunited with their veteran proprietors, to put canines in prisons to be taught as carrier canines for veterans. He in my opinion went to Canada to aid retailer the seals, based one of many ten greatest aquariums within the usa, has given significant donations to breast melanoma learn and different illnesses, and paid for inner-city schooling, in addition to investment learn and tips for individuals in want and animals in jeopardy.

Arthur Benjamin’s memoir, co-written via Paulette Cooper Noble, spans a lifestyles well-lived in his endeavors to avoid wasting teams of canine and exposing man’s cruelty to many species, together with child seals, whales, pigs, and chickens not just within the usa yet round the globe.

Enjoy the picture gallery that offers a glimpse into Arthur Benjamin lifestyles. It comprises photographs of his overdue spouse, Gail, and their kin, Hollywood animal rights supporters, and the philanthropists who aid the various charities dedicated to the invaluable explanations to which Arthur Benjamin has dedicated his life.

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