After moving to Fishtown I started volunteering at my local animal shelter, the SPCA on Frankford Ave. And realized that being around animals made me really happy. No matter what mood I was in, these animals were an inspiration.
I started taking photos of the pups and kitties from the time I got to the shelter to the time I left. The saddness that turned into pure happiness within hours was amazing. Now the shelter uses my photos for doggy profile pictures to help them get adopted.
We've since teamed up with our local SPCA so we can help spread awareness and in the end help adoptable pets find their forever homes.
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About the Pennsylvania SPCA
Since 1867, the Pennsylvania SPCA, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization headquartered at 350 East Erie Avenue, Philadelphia, has been dedicated to preventing animal cruelty and rescuing animals from abuse and neglect. The Pennsylvania SPCA's lifesaving programs for animals include a low-cost veterinary clinic, low-cost spay and neuter services, pet adoption facilities, and the Pennsylvania SPCA Humane Law Enforcement Department. For more information about adopting, donating or volunteering, please call (215) 426.6300 or visit www.pspca.org.