Who doesn’t love animals? Celebrities across the world often use their influence and star power to improve the lives of animals and advocate for those who can’t advocate for themselves.
These five celebrities are some of our favorite people who are making a real difference for animals!
Millions of cats enter shelters every year, scared, confused and often dirty. They’re quickly put into unfamiliar cages and placed alongside dozens of other animals. Then, they’re photographed.
These initial intake photos will represent the cats on adoption websites and social media, and sadly, they often fail to capture the beauty and personality of these wonderful cats. They can even hurt their chances of being adopted.
That’s why GreaterGood.org and One Picture Saves a Life™ are joining forces with Rachael Ray™ Nutrish™ in the Shelter Cats Are Beautiful program. They’re on a mission to improve cat adoption rates by hosting grooming and photography workshops at shelters throughout the U.S.!
Learn more about this life-saving program from Rachael Ray herself in the video!
You can help Rachael help more cats in shelters across the nation by donating to the One Picture Saves a Life cause!
With support from their friends at Pedigree® and Animal Lifeline, GreaterGood.org set their most ambitious goal yet: to renovate 48 shelters in 48 different states in just six months.
To date, the team has completed 41 of their scheduled builds and captured the attention of some big-name animal lovers along the way, including country musician Miranda Lambert. Lambert’s Muttnation Foundation betters the lives for shelter animals, so a pairing between her and GreaterGood was all but inevitable!
Check out the video to see Miranda’s tearful reaction to the renovations at her hometown shelter!
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