It’s been said that you only get one chance to make a first impression. For shelter animals, that first impression can sometimes mean the difference between life and death. That is why GreaterGood’s One Picture Saves A Life program is so important. In 2014, they trained over 2,500 shelter staff and volunteers around the country on how to groom and photograph shelter pets in order to make the best first impression and increase their chance of adoption.
The before-and-after results of these efforts are absolutely stunning, and we’ve picked our favorite three transformations of the year to share with you. We can’t continue this incredibly important work without your help, so please make your donation today and help save more lives!
Barry was originally surrendered to a kill shelter after his owner dumped him off. Thankfully, he was rescued by Hood County Animal Lovers Organization and put into a temporary foster home where he was able to get the love and care he deserved. After getting some much needed grooming and pampering, Barry was ready to be put up for adoption. His updated picture and bio was posted online and he was quickly adopted by his forever family!
You won’t believe the handsome guy that emerged from under all that hair! Go to the next page to see Barry’s transformation!
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