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  • Breaking News: Walmart, Nation’s Biggest Food Seller, Adopts Five Freedom Principles for Farm Animals

    A Humane Nation
    Wayne Pacelle
    21 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Walmart singles out the confinement of sows in gestation crates, hens in battery cages, and calves in veal crates as practices that must end. Photo by Jason Mann/iStockphotoThis morning, Walmart, one of the world’s biggest companies – and the nation’s biggest food seller by a long shot – announced it has adopted the “five freedoms” principles for farm animals, effectively renouncing the use of extreme confinement and other abusive practices in animal agriculture, and signaling an extraordinary change in agriculture in America. Precisely because it’s Walmart, this is the most…
  • Fionahhhhh

    Felis Catus
    Angela
    22 May 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Your name is more than something the deli guy yells when your sliced slaw is ready. It’s a certain signal to your essence. This is never truer than when it changes. And it’s never, ever truer than when you’re a cat. Fiona, like Sarah, knows a thing or two about being a princess of a certain age. Much ink has been spilled on the truth that every cat has at least three names, so I won’t belabor what T.S. Eliot said well the first time. No, today let’s pause to consider what happens when a name no longer fits a larger, more luminous life. Many, many, many moons ago,…
  • A Small Thank You To Our Veterans

    This Bitch Craves Attention: Animal Welfare in Los Angeles
    Madeline Bernstein-spcaLA President
    18 May 2015 | 2:30 pm
    This Memorial Day, May 23rd and 24th,  spcaLA will again partner with Animals for Armed Forces® to give pets to members of the military and their families at no charge.Photo courtesy of spcaLAMany veterans can benefit from a bona fide service dog to assist with head injury issues, and all can be helped by the therapeutic healing powers of a family pet. Unfortunately, the difficulties encountered by veterans in getting treatment for, or even recognition of their injuries, such as PTSD, have become insurmountable as we learn more each day about the ineptness of the Veterans…
  • Animal Concerns Community - Farewell

    Animal Concerns News Service
    26 May 2015 | 4:01 am
    Animal Concerns Community (Animalconcerns.org) will cease operation at the end of August.
  • Anti-foxhunting groups lobby SNP MPs to help quash hunting ban repeal

    Animal welfare | The Guardian
    Libby Brooks Scotland reporter
    22 May 2015 | 6:12 am
    Animal welfare campaigners promise to ‘buy Scottish’ if new MPs in Scotland vote against Tories’ promised motion to repeal Labour’s 2004 Hunting ActNew Scottish National party MPs are being lobbied by voters in the rest of the UK who are promising to holiday in Scotland and buy more whisky if they vote against the repeal of the hunting ban.Traditionally, SNP MPs do not vote on legislation that only affects England and Wales, but anti-foxhunting groups are encouraging the party to gives its members a free vote on the issue as a matter of conscience.@The_Extractor_ the SNP has not yet…
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    A Humane Nation

  • Breaking News: Walmart, Nation’s Biggest Food Seller, Adopts Five Freedom Principles for Farm Animals

    Wayne Pacelle
    21 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Walmart singles out the confinement of sows in gestation crates, hens in battery cages, and calves in veal crates as practices that must end. Photo by Jason Mann/iStockphotoThis morning, Walmart, one of the world’s biggest companies – and the nation’s biggest food seller by a long shot – announced it has adopted the “five freedoms” principles for farm animals, effectively renouncing the use of extreme confinement and other abusive practices in animal agriculture, and signaling an extraordinary change in agriculture in America. Precisely because it’s Walmart, this is the most…
  • A Second Federal Court Upholds Key Law to Crack Down on Sales of Dogs from Puppy Mills

    Wayne Pacelle
    21 May 2015 | 11:45 am
    A number of pet stores have converted to a new humane business model with the help of The HSUS's Puppy Friendly Pet Stores initiative. Two locations of Alsip Home & Nursery store, in Illinois and Indiana, have adopted out nearly 2,000 dogs in less than two years. Photo by John Moyer/The HSUSMore good news from the federal courts – this time on our crusade to crack down on the exploitation of dogs by the puppy mill industry. Today, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois dismissed a legal challenge to Cook County’s ordinance that restricts the sale of puppies from…
  • Sportsmen’s Act, or Poachers’ Act?

    Wayne Pacelle
    20 May 2015 | 3:47 pm
    The SHARE Act adds “trapping” to the definition of hunting, which would open up millions of acres of land to trapping. Each year, millions of animals, including pets, are killed in painful traps. Above, a bobcat ensnared in a leghold trap being cared for at the Fund for Animals Wildlife Center in Ramona, Calif. Photo by Christine Jensen/The HSUSIf you thought the Senate version of the Sportsmen’s Act – which was the subject of a recent hearing – was awful, the House version that was examined in committee today is even worse. The House version is called the “Sportsmen’s Heritage…
  • Only North Carolina Governor Can Now Stop Ag-Gag Measure

    Wayne Pacelle
    19 May 2015 | 2:05 pm
    The cleverly disguised ag-gag measure that is now headed for the North Carolina governor's desk will make it harder to document animal abuse and other problems on puppy mills and factory farms. Above, dogs rescued from a puppy mill in Rutherford County, N.C. Photo by Jason E. Miczek/AP Images for The HSUSNorth Carolina has been the stage for the largest number of HSUS deployments with law enforcement to rescue dogs from squalid, overcrowded puppy mills. In the last four years, we’ve conducted 20 puppy mill raids, partnering with dedicated local animal welfare organizations, and reminding…
  • A New Boxer Rebellion Needed in China

    Wayne Pacelle
    18 May 2015 | 1:03 pm
    This past weekend, there were protests against the dog meat trade in 15 Chinese cities. A good deal of the credit for this shift goes to Humane Society International and its local partners, which are part of a swelling animal protection movement in the world’s largest nation. Photo by VShineI’m excited to share more good news in the tough fight to rid China of the cruel dog meat trade. This past weekend, Guangdong and Heilongjiang, normally home to two of China’s biggest dog meat markets, and 13 other cities played host instead to massive protests against the dog meat trade – each one…
 
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  • Fionahhhhh

    Angela
    22 May 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Your name is more than something the deli guy yells when your sliced slaw is ready. It’s a certain signal to your essence. This is never truer than when it changes. And it’s never, ever truer than when you’re a cat. Fiona, like Sarah, knows a thing or two about being a princess of a certain age. Much ink has been spilled on the truth that every cat has at least three names, so I won’t belabor what T.S. Eliot said well the first time. No, today let’s pause to consider what happens when a name no longer fits a larger, more luminous life. Many, many, many moons ago,…
  • Needs made known

    Angela
    21 May 2015 | 2:00 pm
    We don’t generally want to need each other. Fortunately, we’re not in control. “We’ve been awaiting you.” I am, of course, talking exclusively about humans here. Cats are not only in complete control; they are also keenly aware of their needs…and keenly, serenely, utterly unashamed. You could say that cats are “naked and unashamed,” and you wouldn’t be wrong in either a literal or metaphorical sense.* Go to The Kitten Room, nee Adoption Room #2, for a study in naked shamelessness. As you enter, you’ll be engulfed in the tiniest,…
  • Snow whoa

    Angela
    15 May 2015 | 9:53 am
    With apologies to the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, winter is not coming. This is the time of magnolias and birdsong and the leaping greenly spirits of trees. But that doesn’t mean we’re not game for a little snow. Her Eminence, Empress Kitty Or, to be more precise, Snow. You may recall the Jersey-to-Georgia-to-Jersey belle that is Kitty. She was lost, found, lost and found again; this spring, she came home to Ringoes. But, as befits a dame of her stature, Kitty did not make the journey alone. When ancient Roman emperors returned from battle in triumph, they regularly led captives…
  • Linda Fund luminaries

    Angela
    13 May 2015 | 11:38 am
    As youze guyze are aware, the Linda Fund is afoot. From now through June 8th, if you donate through the little cloud on our homepage, your dollars will be doubled for the cats. That much, you know. Those doubled dollars will be devoted to emergency and specialty care for the neediest niblets. That much, you know. But riddle me this: who are the faces of the fund, Linda’s luminaries, the cats your cash champions? Beemo in her forever home. “What pneumonia? Thanks, Linda Funders!” I’m glad you asked. In no particular order, since they are collectively tied for #1 Eminent…
  • Unlonely thoughts

    Angela
    8 May 2015 | 10:07 am
      If you think Tabby’s Place needs more secret passageways… If you think America’s Got Talent should be renamed America’s Got Problems… If you’re absolutely apoplectic about the impending cancellation of Sábado Gigante… …some cat, somewhere, is on your precise wavelength. If you can’t stop thinking about something called an “A.M. crunchwrap,” Ella would like to take you out for breakfast. If you have consumed so many “A.M. crunchwraps” that you have beached like a walrus, Jackie would like to loll with you…
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    This Bitch Craves Attention: Animal Welfare in Los Angeles

  • A Small Thank You To Our Veterans

    Madeline Bernstein-spcaLA President
    18 May 2015 | 2:30 pm
    This Memorial Day, May 23rd and 24th,  spcaLA will again partner with Animals for Armed Forces® to give pets to members of the military and their families at no charge.Photo courtesy of spcaLAMany veterans can benefit from a bona fide service dog to assist with head injury issues, and all can be helped by the therapeutic healing powers of a family pet. Unfortunately, the difficulties encountered by veterans in getting treatment for, or even recognition of their injuries, such as PTSD, have become insurmountable as we learn more each day about the ineptness of the Veterans…
  • Step Away From the Tortoise

    Madeline Bernstein-spcaLA President
    15 May 2015 | 12:01 pm
    Spring is a time that desert tortoises awake from hibernation and search for food and mating partners. As such, they can be seen walking around, basking in the sun, grazing, drinking, and, yes, crossing the road to get to the other side. They need to replenish their water and food reserves so they can go about their business and store up food and water for next winters' slumber. Attracted to colors, they will race to flowers, plants, litter, and toes with bright pedicures expecting a fabulous treat.Photo credit - Dustin AlpernIf you see or are approached by a hungry tortoise, do not touch,…
  • The Art of the Scam

    Madeline Bernstein-spcaLA President
    21 Apr 2015 | 11:20 am
    Courtesy Google ImagesA few days ago I did a segment for NBC4 about adoption scams. Essentially, people saw an animal on line, sent money, then more money, only to discover there was never a pet at all. As the criminals frequently insisted on the use of debit cards only, the ability to reclaim the funds through credit card intervention was impossible.But that's not all.  The animal business is big business, and as such, is attractive to all types of human predators. Additionally, criminals are fully aware of the depth and strength of the human animal bond and will capitalize on that…
  • Where Have All The Geniuses Gone?

    Madeline Bernstein-spcaLA President
    8 Apr 2015 | 10:09 am
    courtesy Google imagesOne of the reasons life exists on this planet is water. Humans, animals, vegetables all require water to thrive. Whether one is a conscientious omnivore or vegan, one will starve without water.Unlike some regions of the world, the United States is not water poor. So where are the geniuses?Why can't there be a national pipeline infrastructure system, essentially a giant irrigation network, that can transport water from areas where there is flooding to areas of drought?Where are the advances and creative uses of cloud seeding technology?We are surrounded by oceans. Are…
  • Beware of Idea Segregation

    Madeline Bernstein-spcaLA President
    27 Mar 2015 | 4:29 pm
    Courtesy Google imagesThe article describing proposed California legislation, "The Sodomite Suppression Act", submitted by an attorney which mandates that all gay people be shot in the head, was sent to me by someone who demanded that I say something and would not stop yelling until I agreed to do so. Why me? Because your spcaLA has been protecting vulnerable classes - children, women and animals since 1877, and my personal and professional paths have frequently placed me between a bully and a victim.What can I say about this proposed law?  We are devolving into a society of ideologues,…
 
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    Animal welfare | The Guardian

  • Anti-foxhunting groups lobby SNP MPs to help quash hunting ban repeal

    Libby Brooks Scotland reporter
    22 May 2015 | 6:12 am
    Animal welfare campaigners promise to ‘buy Scottish’ if new MPs in Scotland vote against Tories’ promised motion to repeal Labour’s 2004 Hunting ActNew Scottish National party MPs are being lobbied by voters in the rest of the UK who are promising to holiday in Scotland and buy more whisky if they vote against the repeal of the hunting ban.Traditionally, SNP MPs do not vote on legislation that only affects England and Wales, but anti-foxhunting groups are encouraging the party to gives its members a free vote on the issue as a matter of conscience.@The_Extractor_ the SNP has not yet…
  • Tony Abbott rules out suspension of live cattle exports to Vietnam – video

    Guardian Staff
    20 May 2015 | 5:43 pm
    The prime minister, Tony Abbott, says on Wednesday that Australia will investigate claims that cattle in Vietnam are being slaughtered with sledgehammers but insists it will not suspend live cattle exports. There is no evidence the animals in the activists' footage are Australian, but animal rights groups say the method of slaughter seen is traditional there. Alison Penfold, chief executive of the Australian Live Exporters' Council, says: 'These are animals that have been removed illegally from our supply chains being processed in rudimentary local slaughterhouses' Continue reading...
  • ‘The last thing we will do is close down this trade,’ Tony Abbott says after live cattle sledgehammer shock – video

    Guardian Staff
    19 May 2015 | 8:40 pm
    The Australian prime minister says the last thing the government will do is close down the live cattle export trade, as the government pledged an investigation into claims cattle are being killed with sledgehammers in Vietnam. Abbott said the government would not rush to ban the trade as Labor had done in the past. Activist group Animals Australia says it has video which shows cattle being struck in the head to kill them Continue reading...
  • Live cattle export ban ruled out as sledgehammer slaughter investigated

    Shalailah Medhora
    19 May 2015 | 7:51 pm
    ‘We don’t condone this, we think it’s barbaric,’ Barnaby Joyce says as Tony Abbott stresses he won’t repeat the ‘blunder’ of a ‘panicked Labor government’The federal government says it is investigating whether cattle captured on camera being slaughtered with sledgehammers in Vietnam were Australian and how they ended up in non-approved abattoirs.But it has ruled out suspending live animal exports to Vietnam, Australia’s second-largest export market after Indonesia. Related: Australian cattle 'are being slaughtered with sledgehammers in Vietnam' Continue reading...
  • Australian cattle 'are being slaughtered with sledgehammers in Vietnam'

    Australian Associated Press
    19 May 2015 | 4:11 pm
    Australian government says it won’t stop trade as industry condemns ‘cruel and outdated practice’ and says it has taken measures to combat itAnimal activists are calling for an end to the live cattle trade to Vietnam where they say Australian stock are being slaughtered with sledgehammers.But the federal government says it won’t stop the live trade and the Department of Agriculture is checking whether the latest allegations relate to other complaints. Continue reading...
 
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    Advocacy for Animals

  • Saving Taz

    John P. Rafferty
    25 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    —Today we revisit an Advocacy post from 2009 about the contagious cancer afflicting Tasmanian devils. A year after this post was published, it was estimated that 80 percent of Tasmanian devils remaining in the wild were affected by this disease, which is one of two known contagious cancers. —As this blog post suggests, the best […]
  • ALDF Opens New Frontier for Animal Personhood as Scientists Create Human-Animal

    Animal Legal Defense Fund
    22 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    What are the legal implications for splicing human cells into nonhuman animals? When does an animal become a person—how much human material is required? Where do we draw the legal line? Cutting-edge research in “chimera” science blurs traditional morality and raises critical new questions. And human protection laws may provide the clues we need to solve this puzzle.
  • Action Alert from the National Anti-Vivisection Society

    National Anti-Vivisection Society
    21 May 2015 | 8:17 am
    — Each week the National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) sends out an e-mail Legislative Alert, which tells subscribers about current actions they can take to help animals. NAVS is a national, not-for-profit educational organization incorporated in the State of Illinois. NAVS promotes greater compassion, respect, and justice for animals through educational programs based on respected ethical […]
  • What You Need to Know About Avian Flu

    Farm Sanctuary
    20 May 2015 | 12:10 pm
    Keeping large numbers of animals together, especially in the intensely crowded conditions characteristic of factory farms, leaves those animals highly vulnerable to disease.
  • It’s Dog Bite Prevention Week

    Administrator
    19 May 2015 | 8:41 am
    Dogs are some of the most beloved animals around the world, and they’ve been valued companions of humans for more than 12,000 years. But as familiar as they are to us, it pays to learn all we can about them to reduce the likelihood of misunderstandings that can lead to dog bites. To that end, […]
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  • Aussie Sheep Station Under Fire For Cursing At Animals

    admin
    22 May 2015 | 4:33 am
    Huffington Post: The Boorungie Station sheep ranch in New South Wales, Australia, is facing accusations of animal abuse from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), not because of any physical abuse, but because employees used foul language around the animals…
  • Almo Nature – The Promise

    admin
    22 May 2015 | 3:11 am
    Almo Nature offers top quality dog and cat food and prides itself on its commitment to animal welfare, it supports projects which help animals all over Europe. Almo Nature prides itself on its transparancey and is commited to giving customers all avaialble information on its products – enabling them to make informed choices when purchasing pet food. The company, along with others in the industry is looking into a 100% recyclable, flexible packaging to reduce the environmental impact of its products. Since 2010, different art and entertainment personalities have taken turns…
  • Dog rescued from swollen river during deadly mudslides in south-west Colombia – video

    admin
    22 May 2015 | 12:17 am
    Independent: Devastating mud slides have ravaged Salgar in Columbia. Over 60 people have died and many homes have been lost.  This video captures the moment when a brave member of a rescue team jumped into a swollen river to rescue a dog that was being swept away by the current. The dog was lifted out of the water and mouth-to-mouth was administered.
  • Heartbreaking Photos Of Wildlife Suffering From Santa Barbara Oil Spill

    admin
    22 May 2015 | 12:15 am
    Laist: As crews are in their third day of cleaning up the massive oil spill off of the Santa Barbara County coast, we are starting to see more of the devastating aftermath. Heartbreaking photos of wildlife covered in oil and marine life lying dead on the sandy beaches have been slowly emerging…
  • Prince William speaks out against the ‘plunder and destruction’ of African wildlife

    admin
    22 May 2015 | 12:13 am
    Express: Prince William has tonight spoken out against the “plunder and destruction” of African wildlife at the 25th anniversary of conservation charity Tusk…
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    Michael Markarian: Animals & Politics

  • Make a PACT to Stop Animal Cruelty

    Michael Markarian
    13 May 2015 | 1:00 pm
    In the mid-1980s, only four states—Massachusetts, Michigan, Oklahoma, and Rhode Island—had felony-level penalties for malicious cruelty to animals. But today, all 50 states have such a policy, and there’s a national consensus that vicious acts of animal abuse and torment should be treated as a serious crime. istock.com At the federal level, too, it’s a felony to organize or train animals for dogfighting or cockfighting and a misdemeanor to attend an animal fight. There is also a federal ban on the trade in obscene video depictions of live animals being crushed, burned, drowned,…
  • Anti-Horse Slaughter Bill Hits the Senate

    Michael Markarian
    7 May 2015 | 11:53 am
    Many animal protection issues and challenges are not resolved quickly—they involve long-term fights that take years. The slaughter of horses for human consumption is one such example. We and our allies have been working to block horse slaughter plants from opening in the U.S.; to stop the long-distance transport of these companion animals in cramped cattle trucks, bound for a brutal slaughter in Canada and Mexico; and to close down export markets for horse meat in the E.U. istock.com Our legislative adversaries, fearing to tread on this ground, don’t attempt to provide an outright defense…
  • States Make Progress on Animal Fighting, Puppy Mills, and More

    Michael Markarian
    5 May 2015 | 2:22 pm
    There’s been a lot of action on animal protection policies in state legislatures so far this year, just a few months into 2015. Some major priority bills have been enacted to help crack down on cockfighting, puppy mills, and other large-scale cruelties. Other major issues are on the move, and have cleared key legislative hurdles. We’ve also garnered some key vetoes of bills inimical to animal protection. Here are a few brief dispatches on the progress for animals—and some roadblocks—in the states so far in 2015. Animal Fighting: Utah became the 42nd state to establish felony-level…
  • A Big Bang to Stop Horse Slaughter

    Michael Markarian
    22 Apr 2015 | 2:27 pm
    A bipartisan team of lawmakers today introduced federal legislation to stop the butchering of America’s companion horses and the peddling of their doped up meat to foreign consumers. The HSUS For the past two fiscal years, Congress has rightly stopped the use of tax dollars for the U.S. Department of Agriculture to conduct horse slaughter inspections, preventing the plants from opening here. But the Safeguard American Food Exports (SAFE) Act (H.R. 1942)—which was introduced by Reps. Frank Guinta, R-N.H.; Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill.; Vern Buchanan, R-Fla.; Michelle Lujan Grisham,…
  • See No Evil: Dogfighting Spectator Law Already Making a Difference

    Michael Markarian
    14 Apr 2015 | 2:26 pm
    I’m pleased to report that the Animal Fighting Spectator Prohibition Act, which we worked with Congress to enact last year, is now having a tangible impact in the field and helping to crack down on the entire cast of characters involved in animal fighting. This week, eight people were convicted under federal law for attending a dogfight in Akron, Ohio. The HSUS Last November, police raided what the Cleveland Plain Dealer called a nationwide dogfighting ring. Forty-seven people were arrested. Ten were charged in federal court, and the rest are being prosecuted in state court. The spectators…
 
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  • Tip of the Week: Give Kitteh The Brush

    ASPCApro Blog
    24 May 2015 | 9:36 pm
    Monday, May 25 2015Bottle feeding itty bitty kitties? Take a tip from the ASPCA Kitten Nursery and give them the brush—a toothbrush, that is. The brush acts as a mother cat’s tongue—and since mamas typically groom their kittens while they’re nursing, the brushing stimulates them to better take the bottle. And as an extra enrichment bonus, “Some of them really like it, and roll over to let you do their bellies!” reports ASPCA Nursery Senior manager Lourdes Bravo. Tell the tooth—you’re ready to start right away! Just be sure to use only one toothbrush per litter and discard once…
  • Go Ahead, Waive Feline Adoption Fees

    ASPCApro Blog
    21 May 2015 | 1:05 pm
    Friday, May 22 2015Gearing up for Adopt A Shelter Cat Month in June? What about trying a free or reduced-fee cat promotion? We’ve got some helpful resources to get you started, and some creative inspiration from your colleagues in the field. Must-Read Resources and Tools    An ASPCApro classic—Dr. Emily Weiss busts some myths on free cat adoptions in “What? Give Them Away?” Check out our How Others Made It Work page to read about very different agencies, private and municipal, large and small, that have successfully implemented free cats programs. Concerned your staff, volunteers…
  • Thinking About the Seniors…

    emilyw
    20 May 2015 | 1:46 pm
    Thursday, May 21 2015Dr. Emily Weiss shares research on senior dog adoption and invites discussion. If you are like me, seeing a homeless senior dog breaks your heart a little bit more than homeless dogs of other ages. We recently had an opportunity to do some digging into shelter data to learn a bit more about shelter risk for senior dogs. As you may know, the ASPCA has a database called CARDS (Comprehesive Animal Risk Database System) designed as a tool to help us dive more deeply into data at an individual shelter level, community level or multi-community level. How do senior dogs fare in…
  • Facebook Basics: Link Your Fans to These 3 Pages

    ASPCApro Blog
    19 May 2015 | 9:50 am
    Wednesday, May 20 2015Thanks to improved functionality on Facebook, when you post a link in your page’s status box, you have the ability to control the thumbnail, blurb text and title text. Take advantage of your chance to customize by creating great-looking posts that help drive traffic back to your website. Adoption Page Give an animal up for adoption great PR by linking to his profile on your site. This post from Arizona Humane Society looks great on Facebook’s news feed because of its striking image and simple text. If you don’t like the photo that’s automatically generated when…
  • 10 Tips for Shooting Great-Looking Video

    ASPCApro Blog
    18 May 2015 | 8:19 am
    Tuesday, May 19 2015Looking for some quick tricks on producing clear, effective videos to promote your services and available animals? We’ve got you covered, from point of view to pastry. Hold steady! If you don’t have a tripod, just sit the camera or device at the right distance and height using a stool, table or—if you’re outside—even the roof of a car. Light, light, light. If you have bad light, you have bad video. If you’re shooting inside, get near a window. If you’re outdoors, take care things don’t get too bright, especially when shooting with lower-end equipment…
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