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  • Photographer Lori Fusaro’s life changed forever in June 2012 during her volunteering at Carson Animal Care Center in Los Angeles County. There she saw Sunny, a 16-year-old dog who had been left at the shelter because of a tumor on her leg. After spending three wonderful years together, Fusaro got the idea for her senior-dog photography project in order to inspire people to think about adopting a senior animal.
  • Facts & Stories
    N. C.(October 18, 2017)
    The Italian luxury fashion brand has taken a step forward to rise up against animal cruelty and to protect animals' rights, along with Armani, Hugo Boss, Stella McCartney, H&M, and many others.
  • Botticella in Rome
    Facts & Stories
    Harris Judith(October 04, 2017)
    Italians have discovered a love of animals. As attacks against the horse-drawn carriages of Rome increase, equestrian tourism is on the rise. And at present the 60 million pet dogs in Italy equals the country's human population.
  • 24 photos of what appear to be exotic animals are currently being shown at the suggestive top of the Rock of the Rockefeller Center.​ ​ ''Handimals" marks the United States debut​ of the body painting master who, with extraordinary technique, transforms the hands in exquisite animals.​