Giving Back to Those in Need - Author of Newly Released Book to Give Back to Animal Shelters

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Liz Miesnik’s new book to give back to animal rescues and hopes to inspire others to give back to those in need this holiday season

Author, Liz Miesnik’s new book, A Second Chance… An Inspirational Journey Through the Eyes of an Animal Shelter Volunteer” positively portrays the people and animals behind the scenes of animal rescue and showcases five rescue organizations. Liz’s book is a heartwarming example of those that give unconditionally towards animal welfare and rescue. With beautiful photographs and motivational quotes accompanying each photo, Liz hopes to portray the positive aspects of animal rescue. “Being involved with the volunteers and staff that take such wonderful care and give unconditional love to these animals is so rewarding” said Liz.

Part of the proceeds of “A Second Chance…An Inspirational Journey Through the Eyes of an Animal Shelter Volunteer” will be given back to the five rescues depicted in the book. “I feel that we all need to do our part to give back to those that may need our help. Follow your heart and give with joy, and your life will be so rewarding”, said Liz.

“A Second Chance…”was released November 1, 2014 and is available on Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com. (A Second Chance Media, November 2014, ISBN: 987-1-939288-79-0, $24.00) “ For those wanting more information about animal rescue, our website, http://www.asecondchancemedia.com, features resources including dog training, vet issues, low cost spay/neuter and rescue organizations in your area” said Liz.

“I looked over the book - and cried! It is one of the most beautiful books I have ever read!” quoted Michelle Anthony, volunteer at Southport/Oak Island Animal Rescue. “I hope that my book will bring joy and inspiration to all that read it” said Liz.

About the Author – Liz Miesnik has always been an avid animal lover. Growing up on a farm in central Florida, she spent much of her time surrounded by her dogs, horses and cats. Her love for these animals led her on a path throughout her life working towards making a positive difference in their lives and the lives of other animals. Volunteering with Heifer International, N.E.A.D.S. (Dogs for Deaf and Disabled Americans), fundraising for the Sterling Animal Shelter and currently involved with the Humane Society of Eastern Carolina, Liz is hoping to bring to light the issues currently facing our shelters and rescue organizations, and working towards making a positive change. Wanting to give back more to the community, “A Second Chance…” was born. Liz plans on future books to include rescues and sanctuaries throughout the country and to start a no cost/low cost spay/neuter fund to help stop the cycle of pet overpopulation.

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