A lens into the psyche of those who attended the Halloween parade for dogs in Tompkins Square Park in Manhattan.
Monthly Archives For October 2011
Halloween is about wearing costumes and being scared. Well you know what’s scary to a dog? Wearing a costume.
The iPetCompanion, which recently debuted at New York City’s Bideawee shelter, allows cat lovers to play with kittens through the Internet. You may never get cat hair on your jeans again.
Is it too soon?
Animal sales are not allowed on the site, but “rehoming fees” are, and this loophole means that there are Craigslist scammers on the prowl, out to take advantage of humans and pets alike. If you’re going to go dip into the C to find a cat or dog, make sure you ask the right questions.
Bart Centre is a New Hampshire business man, animal lover, and atheist who contracts with pet owners who believe that the rapture might leave them with no one to care for their pets.
Furever is a film-in-progress about the lengths people go to to hold on to their beloved pets.
Mia is a loving four-month-old pitbull who is looking for lap to sit on for the next ten to fifteen years.
Around the country, humans are trying to make their voices heard at protests aimed at pointing out the inequality of the financial system perpetuated by Wall Street fat cats. Not everyone at the protests is well informed about the issues at hand. Like, for instance, the dogs. But they’re still doing their part.
Steve Jobs “thought different” when he chose to use a wrongly-maligned dog breed to represent the alternative thinking of an Apple user.