Please send me your stories and pictures about rescued greyhounds


"Please send me your stories and pictures about rescued greyhounds"

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Sent: Sunday, November 06, 2005 5:07 PM
Subject: Greyhound Book

Anthology of stories about rescued greyhounds.

I would like to compile an anthology of stories about rescued greyhounds, which will include tales of how they were rescued, how they recovered and what they bring to their owner’s life now. If you have a rescued greyhound or have helped in their rescue then I need your help.

The aim of this book is to highlight the cruelty that greyhounds suffer and show how wonderful greyhounds are, hopefully convincing more people to help them and encouraging those who already are, to continue.

I need all kinds of stories. I know from the rescued greyhounds that I have that each of them has a history, so please put pen to paper. I want to offer an uplifting book, an "out of the darkness into the light" sort of thing! Please note you do not have to include any specific details about places and people if you don’t want to and stories can be published anonymously.

If you would like to send before and after pictures as well, I will try and include them too. Of course there will be a space issue so some stories may be edited. I will try and include all the stories.

A good percentage of the profits from this book will go to "Greyhound Action" who do wonderful work for greyhounds.
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Even if you don't feel like writing a story, but would be interested in purchasing a copy of the book when it is finished, do send me your contact details so I can let you know when it is available.

Please send me your stories and pictures to or contact me for my postal address.
Please use the above email address for any queries you may have. If you know anyone else who has a greyhound story to tell please pass this on to them.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Helen Etheridge

"The question is not 'Can they reason?', nor, 'Can they talk?', but 'Can
they suffer?'"Jeremy Bentham.

Please contact Helen direct if you are able to offer any stories - Greyhound Action will benefit from this book - So please get writing.