Casey is perhaps best known for her “Black Cat Project” and her work with blind cats, but we wanted to find out how it all started for her.
This latest trick has the same goal as ag-gag laws (laws intended to hide the cruelty of standard agricultural practices for farmed animals), it’s just a different tool.
Jenn is a member of For All Animals' "Photographers for Animals" registry of professional and aspiring photographers. Jenn shares her passion, and the power of images, in the service of animals in need, and she is proud to work with organizations such as Toronto Cat Rescue and Pound Dog Rescue to help cats and dogs to get adopted.
For All Animals' Photographers for Animals program spotlight on photographer Jenn Wilson of Jenn Wilson Pet Portraiture in Ontario, Canada!
Whatever your political beliefs, we know one thing. The people that President Trump has indicated he will appoint to key federal positions are no friends to animals. The U.S. president oversees the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Bureau of Land Management, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. These agencies have sweeping powers over not just animals in the United States but all over the world.
Two of the men on Trump’s agricultural advisory committee are
The case of Kristin Lindsey, the Texas veterinarian who shot and killed a cat with a bow and arrow, came to a disappointing end this week. Across the board, animal protection organizations had called for a permanent termination of her license. Though Lindsey killed the cat and bragged about it on social media, proudly posting a photo of herself with the dead cat, the Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners (TBVME) declined to terminate her
Cats are the #1 animal killed in animal shelters. Millions of them are killed each year—in fact, studies show that 70% of cats brought to animal shelters are killed. Seven out of 10 cats!
But there is a way to stop the killing and save cats’ lives: Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR).
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is essential to reduce euthanasia in animal shelters. While every animal control issue is important, it’s virtually impossible to save all of the healthy cats in
Something I often tell animal advocates working with legislators is to root their arguments in facts and not appeal to emotion because factual arguments are usually more compelling to policy makers. But the issue of breed-discriminatory legislation (BDL) flips the usual script. When it comes to BDL, instead of animal advocates telling sob stories, it’s the people who want to ban pit bull terriers using emotional manipulation. Why? To put it plainly, because there are