Aspen Animal Shelter to woof it up with book-signing
Aspen resident Sandra Rothman will hold a book-signing fundraiser for the Aspen Animal Shelter from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Rothman will sign her recently self-published book “If This Is Adopt …” The fundraiser will take place at the shelter. All proceeds benefit the nonprofit.
The book follows the journeys, misadventures and adoption of Taz — named so because of its behavior that rivaled the Tasmanian Devil’s — and includes pen and ink drawings from Aspen resident Sam Louras.
The book also is available on Amazon as well as at the shelter, and will be available in local book stores in the next month or so.
The Aspen Animal Shelter is located at 101 Animal Shelter Road, located off Highway 82 across from the airport.
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