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Both humans and animals struggle to find their rightful homes in "Flawed Dogs." Heidy's case is perhaps the most obvious, and the first presented: orphaned at the age of six, her Uncle Hamish sent her off to a religious school, feeling himself unable to deal with the demands of bringing up a little girl. She is certain that she will never feel at home on his estate in Vermont, and makes plans on the airplane to run away to Fiji or other exotic locations. However, she eventually finds a comfortable home at the McCloud estate. Similarly, and more dramatically, Sam himself experiences a wide variety of different homes, which not only contribute to the narrative but also show the reader the wide variety of ways in which animals can suffer (see below, under "Animal Cruelty"). Throughout the book, he starts in a crate going to Mrs. Nutbush, ends...

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