When Levin speaks of Sprite, his interviewers sometime choke up. Levin rescued Sprite, cared for him, and his life is now over. Mark Levin is more
well known for his mostly-political radio talk show. In this book, he shows he is a conservative at least with a heart for animals.
Some of our people here already know how rescuing an animal brings them into your heart. I don't know if anyone here has kept one through the entire
remainder of their life.
You can listen to interviews on Levin's site, if you wish.
(Since I was interested in the book mainly for its pet content, and not as literature, I thought it was best suited for here at Pets. If it gets
moved, that means someone else thought differently.)