In our last episode, er, blog post, Adam Myatt, The Cat Man of West Oakland, had just saved the day for Oakland, CA, cats by helping to create Cat Town, the first cat cafe/adoption center in the United States. Adam is a member of For All Animals' "Photographers for Animals" registry of professional and aspiring photographers. He shares his passion, and the power of images, in the service of animals in need.
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Summer is here and the time is right for giving our Photographer Spotlight readers an in-depth look at TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) and how photography can help to raise awareness and support for community cats.
In our Photographer Spotlight posts we introduce you to photographers who are putting their lenses to amazing use for the benefit of animal shelters, rescue groups, and animal protection nonprofits. These photographers are members of the PFA photographer registry and they share their passion, and
The veterinary lobby, both national and state associations, is working hard to stop activists from making declawing against the law.
This raccoon was nameless, one of many. It shouldn’t be that way.
In our most recent blog post, you learned a bit about City of Elderly Love and their first meeting with Photographers for Animals’ volunteers, Colleen and Glenn of Do Good Photos. Today we’ll learn more about Colleen and Glenn and we’ll check in to see how they feel as their work is being shared across the Internet to help find homes for their canine and feline models. And, of course, we have some more of
A sunny sky and a roster full of foster dogs and cats pulled me out of bed earlier than usual on a recent Sunday morning. I was heading to New Britain, PA, to introduce two of my close friends, Glenn and Colleen of Do Good Photos, to one of my favorite animal welfare organizations in the Philadelphia area, City of Elderly Love. Glenn and Colleen were bursting with excitement all week as they prepared for
Opposition to circuses that use animals is on the upswing, and the City of Delaware recently became the first city in the state of Ohio to ban circuses with exotic animals.
For All Animals has been working hard on the state and federal level to promote positive change for animals.