New “Little Boy Blue” Review: “The Book is Highly Relevant to Canadian Readers”

Posted on May 9, 2013


Connect, a weekly newspaper in Fort McMurray, Canada, just posted this new review of Little Boy Blue.

Reviewer Rebekah Benoit writes: “While Kavin’s book focuses on animal shelters in the United States …  the book is highly relevant to Canadian readers. As abhorrent as it may seem, there are animal shelters in Canada which use gas chambers to euthanize large numbers of dogs at once. … Little Boy Blue gives a disturbing glimpse into the world of high-volume “kill shelters,” making me all the more grateful for the Fort McMurray SPCA, which remains proudly no-kill in spite of the many budgetary and space constraints which continue to face the shelter as the city’s population grows.”