Close Friends

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Random House, Mar 31, 1991 - Nature - 288 pages
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If you've ever loved a dog, a cat, an old barn, or a place in the country, you will love CLOSE FRIENDS.
Meet UFO, the shy Brahman bull who mates only at night; and Tigger, the smartest farm cat ever. Meet Cooper, Peter Jenkin's forever friend, a half Alaskan Malamute dog; and Shocker, the black stallion Peter took to Inner Mongolia. You will also meet the remarkable people who live among animals and who love them as he does.
Of all the books Peter Jenkins has written, none is more heartfelt or moving than CLOSE FRIENDS.
"This book's fresh prose will capture your emotions from agony to zest." -- The Seattle Times

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Contents

Night One Night Two
1
No Warmblooded Animals
6
Wed Never Come Home Naked Before
23
Copyright

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Peter Jenkins' 1979 written chronicle and photographs of his first journey, "A Walk Across America," spent three months on "The New York Times" bestseller list. Jenkins has written several more chronicles of his travels, including "The New York Times" bestsellers "The Walk West "and "Across China," and "Along the Edge of America" and "Close Friends," Born in Greenwich, Connecticut, he now lives on a farm in Spring Hill, Tennessee, with his wife, Rita, and their family.

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