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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 an impressive 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 sophisticated puma named Wayra. Large-eyed, inexperienced, and comically terrified, Laura made the scrappy, make-do camp her house. And in Wayra, she made a pal for all times. They weren’t alone, not with over 100 quirky animals to look after, every misplaced and harm 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 employees, 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 particular person she was able to changing into. Set towards 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.