My Point-- and I Do Have One Themes

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Animal Rights

After reading, "My Point...and I Do Have One," there is no doubt that Ellen DeGeneres loves animals. She speaks about having pets all her life. When she is younger, she has cats. At the writing of this book, Ellen has two dogs named Bootsie and Muffin. Bootsie is a Labrador retriever and Muffin is a mixed breed. Ellen suspects that Muffin is part rodent. When Ellen decides to participate in the Iditarod in Alaska, she begins training the dogs but her dogs are so spoiled that they try to get in the sled with her. She makes the point of telling the reader that she gets Muffin from an animal shelter.

Ellen is a strong advocate of animal rights. No matter how well a zoo is designed to mimic an animal's natural habitat, it is still not acceptable to Ellen. She has never seen a tire...

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