May is national pet month and the Penguin Group publishers wanted to help animals in need. I think you will agree that what they are doing is noteworthy.
As part of the program, six of Penguins' best-selling paperbacks are getting a distinctive Read Humane seal on their covers. The Read Humane special editions feature a distinctive Read Humane seal on their covers, conveying their support for this compassionate cause:
Rescue My Heart by Jill Shalvis,
Hounds Abound by Linda O. Johnston (click here)
File M for Murder by Miranda James
The Cat, the Wife and the Weapon by Leann Sweeney (click here)
Till Death Do Us Bark by Judi McCoy (click here)
Double Booked for Death by Ali Brandon.
From the Read Humane website (click here):
"The Animal Rescue Team, which works with law enforcement to investigate illegal animal cruelty, targeting the worst cases of animal abuse nationwide. According to The Humane Society of the United States, its Animal Rescue Team rescues thousands of animals from puppy mills, animal fighting operations, hoarders, and other situations where animals suffer from life-threatening cruelty. They also provide expert animal rescue response during natural disasters."
Have you rescued an animal in need? You can share your story in the comments
Here is a heartwarming video of a rescued homeless dog.