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Please, Can We Keep the Donkey?

Please, Can We Keep the Donkey? features dozens of personal accounts of successful animal adoptions and rescues. These entertaining stories describe rewarding relationships with animals ranging from dogs and cats to birds, a snake, and, of course, a donkey. Meet a rabbit who is an architect, dogs too ugly to pet, an orphaned cat who bonds with an orphaned girl, an unruly dog who brings aid to senior citizens, and many other animals whose lives have changed the people who took them in. These delightful and heartwarming stories of individuals who find each other and bring joy to one another's lives pose the question that one contributor asks: "Who rescued whom?"

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Editors & Foreword
Diane Sullivan is a professor of law at the Massachusetts School of Law. In addition to teaching Contracts, the Uniform Commercial Code, and Issues Impacting Women, Ms. Sullivan created an Animal Law program at the school, teaching a course and hosting a symposium to educate the public about animal law issues. She is also a faculty adviser to the school's student chapter of the Animal Legal Defense Fund. In addition to her teaching duties, Ms. Sullivan serves as moderator and producer of MSLAW’s Educational Forum television series. She received her B.A., magna cum laude, from Fitchburg State College, and her J.D., magna cum laude, from Massachusetts School of Law
Holly Vietzke is an assistant professor of law and director of Writing and Legal Reasoning at the Massachusetts School of Law. She is the associate editor of MSLAW's award-winning public policy journal, The Long Term View, and managing editor of The Reformer, the school's alumni and community magazine. Ms. Vietzke is a faculty adviser to the school's student chapter of the Animal Legal Defense Fund, and she has served as copy editor for several books, including Against the Tide, Misfits in America, and Trail of Tears. She received her B.S. in broadcast journalism from Boston University and her J.D., magna cum laude, from Massachusetts School of Law.
Betty White is a five-time Emmy Award-winning American film and television actor with a career spanning sixty years. She also appeared in radio programs, movies, theater, and commercials, and was a talk show host and a game show host. She is best known for her roles in the sitcoms The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Golden Girls, as well as recent appearances on Boston Legal.
 
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