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Veteran War Mascot, Cinnamon's Amazing Rescue Spreads Hope to All

About the Author

After CHRISTINE SULLIVAN worked in sales and technology for years, she volunteered to care for animal victims of Hurricane Katrina and found her true passion in life -- caring for animals in need. Along with Mark and Cinnamon, Christine and her book have been featured by CNN, Fox News, USA Today, local and national radio shows, and national and international magazines. Christine is an adventurer and animal advocate who continues to work with Operation Baghdad Pups. Ms. Sullivan is the founder of New Hope For Animals whose mission is to fund organizations that care for animals in need. She lives in Vermont with her family.


Helping Animals in Need

Writing this book has been a wonderful experience. Cinnamon's story is so amazing that I wanted to share it with the world. It is my hope that many people will read it and benefit from the hope and promise that the story offers.

It is also my intention to help animals in need as Cinnamon's story spreads. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book is donated to animal rescues that help care for animals in need. Some of my favorite causes are saving animals in disaster, low cost spay and neuter services and education and providing care and shelter for unadoptable and senior pets.

If these causes interest you as well, please take a moment and share your thoughts with me by signing my guest book.

Warm regards,