One Picture Saves a Life

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Bones, before (inset) and after

These days, most people who adopt find their pets on Petfinder before they meet them at a shelter. That means the pet’s photo plays a big part in making a first impression.

And wouldn’t it be great if all shelter pets could have their portraits taken by a bestselling, world-famous pet photographer? Like, say, Underwater Dogs author Seth Casteel?

Seth can’t photograph every homeless pet, but in our new program with The Animal Rescue Site and GreaterGood.org, One Picture Saves a Life, he’s traveling the country training shelter staff and volunteers to take pictures the way he does — pictures that show the pet’s true personality. And our friends at John Paul: Pet are helping to give those pets grooming makeovers so they can truly put their best faces forward.

One Picture Saves a Life kicks off at St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center in Madison, NJ, and will be followed by stops in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Charlotte, NC, and Puerto Rico.

To learn more, visit www.OnePictureSaves.com.

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One Response to “One Picture Saves a Life”

  1. Karin Guerrini

    I have two beautiful sibling kitties I rescued. They are the most affectionate kitties I have ever been around (I have had cats all my life). One is male and one female about 5 months old. They have really great personalities. They purr as soon as you look at them. They are both fixed and vaccinated. I would like to find a home for them together if possible. Can you help? I am in Harrisburg PA