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Animal People Pa Reviews
Something of a historical artifact by this point (having been published in the early 1980's), Dr. Cooper's book is still a fine read for people interested in non-human animals -- and the relationship of humans to them. As she points out, most of the people she interviews do not refer to non-humans as "pets" and certainly not as "possessions" -- they view non-humans as thinking beings who take a great deal of time and attention to get to know and care for. How these humans REACT to this thought varies considerably. Make no mistake: There are some animal exploiters in here (circus types and so forth) whose sections I found very, very difficult to read through. One "animal whisperer" gave forth the most ridiculous defense of eating meat I have heard in a long long time. If I was to meet her (or some of these others) I would probably wind up shouting expletives, and my Canadian side would never forgive me the rudeness. People who mistake abuse and exploitation for "love" still upset me in ways I find hard to describe... and the fact so many do so out of idiocy rather than evil doesn't make it much better. Still, I dutifully read through those sections to get another perspective -- it's good to sometimes hear opposing points of view to get a better grip on your own. And many of the people in this book do think much more like I do. And I do love (as Dr. Cooper points out) how vibrant and alive the world feels when you read the various testimonies found here. It's actually great inspiration for your own writing, even fiction.