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The Puma Years: A Memoir


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On this rapturous memoir, author and activist Laura Coleman shares the story of her liberating journey within the Amazon jungle, the place she fell in love with a powerful cat who modified her life. Laura was in her early twenties and directionless when she give up her job to backpack in Bolivia. Destiny landed her at a wildlife sanctuary on the sting of the Amazon jungle the place she was assigned to a wonderful and complicated puma named Wayra. Vast-eyed, inexperienced, and comically terrified, Laura made the scrappy, make-do camp her residence. And in Wayra, she made a pal for all times. They weren’t alone, not with over 100 quirky animals to take care of, every misplaced and damage in their very own manner: a pair of suicidal, bra-stealing monkeys, a annoyed parrot determined to fly, and a pig with a depraved humorousness. The people too had been trigger for laughter and tears. There have been animal whisperers, dedicated workers, wildly devoted volunteers, good-looking heartbreakers, and a machete-wielding promenade queen who carried Laura via. Most of all, there was the jungle – lyrical and alive – and there was Wayra, who would finally train Laura a lot about love, therapeutic, and the individual she was able to changing into. Set in opposition to a turbulent and poignant backdrop of deforestation, the unlawful pet commerce, and forest fires, The Puma Years explores what occurs when two determined creatures in want of rescue discover each other.