Whether she’s herding her pet ducks around the yard or splashing through puddles to show her fearful horse how it’s done, Kelly Meister-Yetter embraces her many animal responsibilities with a level of enthusiasm that would exhaust most folks. In this third installment of her popular critter-themed memoirs, Kelly takes the reader along on her adventures as she continues to find herself in one improbable situation after another:
* In trying to help a sick friend, Meister-Yetter agrees to take over the care of two male flightless ducks, who end up terrorizing the females she already owns with their luridly-amorous behavior.
* Wanting to take her training to the next level, she finds that ornery horse Bit continues to vacillate between willing cooperation and a vexing refusal to admit that the thing he pretends he doesn’t know how to do today is the thing he did perfectly yesterday.
* After losing her bid to acquire a pet rat, Kelly scores major points with husband Duddy when she finds the perfect dog – perfect, that is, except for one awful flaw.
No matter what she’s doing, Kelly Meister-Yetter throws herself wholeheartedly into every encounter with every animal she meets, be it cat, dog, duck, opossum, raccoon, skunk, or horse. And it’s a safe bet that she’s having more fun than you can imagine!
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Kelly Meister-Yetter is a writer, photographer, columnist, and author of Crazy Critter Lady, and No Better Medicine. She shares her life with a dog, three ducks, four cats, a barn full of ornery horses, and one increasingly beleaguered husband. Based on her years of experience rescuing animals in need, Kelly also acts as an advocate for their care and humane treatment, donating her time and resources to numerous animal welfare organizations. When she’s not volunteering at a horse rescue facility, Kelly enjoys training her horse, and waiting on her cats hand and foot. Kelly, the critters, and her husband, live in Northwest Ohio.