Warning! Not for bunny-lovers! Content may scar you for life! How to Raise Rabbits for Fun and Profit Faivre 1973 Submitter: This book comes from my small urban public library. I am not sure there have been many advancements in rabbit
TV Vet Sheep Book TV Vet 1972 Think of this as DIY manual for the sheep farmer. Evidently, this is part of a series of books on animal husbandry. I am really curious on the TV aspect of this series.
Rabies Landau 1993 Submitter: The late, great Elaine Landau has a number of up-to-date quality titles out there. Perhaps this was one of them in 1993. I was in middle school then, and I wonder what my reaction to the
Animals on the Other Side Browne & Dufresne 2005 Submitter: Psychic Sylvia Browne and her son team up for this bizarre picture book. On the left side of each two-page spread, an image of Browne’s now-dead dog frolicking in the
The Beginner’s Guide to Animal Autopsy Parker 1997 Submitter: This book had been sitting in our reference section for I don’t know how long. A while ago we weeded those books for space and the cover just made me flinch. Poor Teddy, sacrificed
Chinchilla Pelt and Herd Improvement Clement J. DeChant 1956, revised 1959 Submitter: This was the only book on chinchillas in the pet section of the [Public] Library. It has been checked out twice, both in 1970. I’m pretty confident that no
Hooker’s Holiday Bronson 1944 Yes, Holly and I have the mentality of your average 12 year old boy. This cover makes everyone laugh! Hooker is the name of our protagonist monkey in this charming story. No, there is nothing wrong
No Naughty Cats The first complete guide to intelligent cat training Pirotin and Cohen 1982 It’s Caturday at ALB! Of course, without naughty cats there would be no cat videos, no LOL cats, and I am pretty sure the entire