ASPCA nees animal lovers for a photo shoot

The ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is calling all animal lovers across the tri-state area of New York City for a ‘Go Orange for Animals’ photo shoot.
Help the ASPCA kick off Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month by taking part in a groundbreaking photo shoot. A professional photo team will creatively arrange all participants to spell out the letters “ASPCA.” Aerial photos will be taken, and used nationwide to further promote Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month.
Don’t forget to grab your friends, family members, and furry friends, too. The more participants—and the more orange they wear—the better! The ASPCA will even supply an orange bandana for your pet at the event. Come join in the fun and become part of a photo that will show the world you care about animals.

7:30 a.m., Monday, March 30, South Street Seaport (north side), Manhattan

How do you get involved? It’s easy! Simply throw on your brightest orange clothing—T-shirts, sweatshirts, pants, hats, jackets, coats, etc., grab your pet, and head to the South Street Seaport!
For more information on Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month, visit

source: ASPCA


Can you help us stop the mass murder and imprisonment of 33,000 wild horses and burros! The Wild Horse Foundation has a plan that offers a solution, but we need your help! Please stop this trail of carnage and public waste by contacting Ken Salazar at the Bureau of Land Management at the link below:

Popular Posts