In his hilarious debut, Tarte – a city boy at heart – chronicles how his blissful, animal-free life took an unexpectedly raucous turn when his nature-loving wife decided to share their spacious early-20th-century Michigan farmhouse with a menagerie of furry and feathery friends: a malicious bunny with an appetite for live wires, a homicidal turkey, a horny ring-necked dove, a trash-talking African grey parrot, and more than a dozen other quirky creatures. Though each new animal is wackier and more demanding than the last, Tarte rebels against his urban instincts and learns to love his personal zoo. After reading this delightfully punchy account, you may never look at Fido the same way again.
Enslaved By Ducks In his hilarious debut, Tarte -- a city boy at heart -- chronicles how his blissful, animal-free life took an unexpectedly raucous turn when his...Enslaved By DucksBob Tarte In his hilarious debut, Tarte -- a city boy at heart -- chronicles how his blissful, animal-free life took an unexpectedly raucous turn when his...2003-11-14
Author: Bob Tarte; Status: In Season
Posted November 14 2003 — 12:00 AM EST
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