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For Bea AUTHOR Kristin von Kreisler characters ↠ 108 ñ A touching and humorous account of the author's fifteen years with her beagle Bea a refugee from an animal research laboratoryHarried by recent upheavals in her life the last thing Kristin von Kreisler needed was another dog But when she came upon Bea a scrawny beagle abanA touching and humorous account of the author's fifteen years with her beagle Bea a refugee from an animal research laboratoryHarried by recent upheavals in her life the last thing Kristin von Kreisler needed was another dog But when she came upon Bea a scrawny beagle abandoned by the roadside she couldn't turn away Bea became part of her family and changed it fore. I honestly don't remember much about this book which I read years ago before I was keeping track of things on goodreads I'm giving it four stars because the one thing I do remember is that Bea was lab animal who suffered This book got me to start checking product labels for the words not tested on animals I still do and for making such an impact on my way of life I figure it should get a high rating

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Nd a half she taught von Kreisler the value of living utterly in the present of meeting each day with a good bark and of moving forward in life without being dragged down by past griefWritten with rare elouence and down to earth wit this memoir of Bea and von Kreisler's fifteen year love story will charm beaglers and touch the heart of anyone who has ever loved a d. SUPER uick read of the usual 'inspirational dog story' variety Nowhere near as good as Marley and Me but still heart warming etcThe biggest issue I found with the book was the tendency to overly humanize Bea The constant mention of long drawn out conversations between author and animal were irritating and silly Dogs are wonderful creatures; much smarter than we give them credit for but their communication is not as explicit as the author seems to enjoy relatingI'm not sure whether the slightly preachy epilogueappendix helped or hurt Bea was rescued from an animal testing lab and the author understandably had campaigned heavily to minimize the use of animals for testing The cause is barely mentioned throughout the book but added to the end with facts and figures I think it would have been better to have somehow integrated it into the book a bit better that may have made it stand out from the other similar books Instead it seems tagged on and a little hard to swallow all in one chunk

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For Bea AUTHOR Kristin von KreislVerDisheveled malnourished and terrified of human contact Bea seemed damaged beyond repair But gradually she began to trust von Kreisler After resisting her touch again and again the dog one day leaned in and nuzzled her neck From that moment Bea began to give love as well as receive it With the typically unforgettable personality of a beagle over the next decade a. This was a heart warming read I fell in love with Bea even though she had a horrible start in life due to the caring and gentle souls of the author and her husband she left this world knowing the smell touch and feel of love My heart breaks for any animal trapped in the labs that are still in use today This book is a voice for the forgotten ones A must read for anyone who cares for and about animals