New book published about 2015 Eukanuba Friends For Life winner Miracle
A book about Miracle, the 2015 winner of the Eukanuba Friends For Life competition, has now been published and focuses on the heart-breaking and inspiring story of Miracle, the dog that refused to die.
The book focuses on the tear-jerking, inspirational and incredible tale of Miracle, a crossbreed that was snatched from the streets of Thailand, loaded onto a truck with hundreds of stolen dogs and destined for the restaurants of Hanoi.
But an incredible rescue led to a fateful meeting with Amanda Leask, a dog lover from Scotland. Devastated by Miracle’s plight and the hopelessness of his situation, she enquired about how she might help him. Amanda’s six year old son Kyle, who was born with cerebral palsy and autism, developed an amazing connection with Miracle and their special bond has transformed not only Kyle’s life, but that of the entire family.
Miracle and Kyle were crowned winners of Eukanuba Friends For Life at Crufts 2015 in front of a packed audience and broadcast live on Channel 4. The annual Eukanuba Friends for Life competition, run by the Kennel Club, celebrates inspiring stories of canine companionship in the face of adversity. For more information on the competition visit www.crufts.org.uk/eukanubafriendsforlife.
‘Miracle’ was published by Ebury Press on 21st April 2016 and available for £12.99.