PHOTOGRAPHER TOURS SHELTERS TO HELP DOGS GET ADOPTED - “Our mission is to provide shelter staff and volunteers with the resources to successfully groom and photograph shelter pets, helping give them the second chance they deserve.”
The One Picture Saves a Life initiative teaches animal shelters how to groom and photograph the shelter animals to present them in the best light (probably both literally and figuratively) for adoption. Photographer Seth Casteel is currently touring various shelters in the U.S. to put on workshops. You may be familiar with Casteel’s Underwater Dogs series. The photos above are examples of how different the dogs look depending on how they are presented.
In addition to Casteel, John Paul Pet, The Animal Rescue Site, GreaterGood.org, and the Petfinder Foundation are all partners in this endeavor. Click here to learn more about One Picture Saves a Life. You can also donate to this cause by clicking here. (Photos from One Picture Saves a Life)
what’s wrong bb
this make me hate humans more. is there more of a humane way to do it?
the most humane way to do it is to not do it at all
this is standard practice, even for small, family owned farms.
Grinding or gassing are the two most financially sound ways to dispose of unnecessary male chicks in the egg production industry.
YOU DO NOT FUCKING NEED TO EAT EGGS SO JUST GIVE IT THE FUCK UP ALREADY, EVERYONE.
This has nothing to do with eggs and the chickens are not being ground. The gif is from this video and the chickens being funnelled into this machine are being conveyer-belted into packing crates, likely to be shipped to slaughter. If they were ground up egg-byproduct chicks, they’d be much smaller and cuter.
Thanks for your timely correction.
Members of the Animal Liberation Front free animals from a research lab at the University of Iowa, smash computers and destroy records.
My favourite place in the world Freedom Hill Sanctuary need to raise money quickly to build some stables for the horses to keep warm over winter, they have under 20 days to raise the money.
If you donate here they are offering shirts as a reward for donating, and have just added mens sizes.
If you can’t afford to donate that’s fine, please share this link and reblog this post if you can.
Freedom hill is South Australias first and only farm sanctuary, they are run soley from donations and need as much help as they can get!
- 4 oz. spaghetti noodles
- 2 Tbsp. olive oil
- 4 oz. vegan ground beef (try Lightlife brand)
- 4 cups vegan marinara sauce
- Parsley or cilantro, for garnish (optional)
- Vegan parmesan cheese, for garnish (optional)
- Bring a large pot of water to a boil over high heat. Cook the noodles according to the package directions, then strain.
- Heat the olive oil in a large saute pan over medium heat. Roll the vegan ground beef into 1/2-inch balls and cook in the olive oil, turning occasionally, until lightly browned, about 7 to 10 minutes.
- Place the noodles on a plate and top with the marinara sauce, “meatballs,” parsley, and vegan parmesan cheese.
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