Publication name: Examiner.com
URL for more info: http://www.examiner.com/article/ad-campaign-brings-attention-to-puppy-mills-and-pet-stores
One of the biggest challenges for charities and non-profit organizations is finding a way to stand out among the crowd. Most constantly having to prove in one way or another that their work is important and should be supported.
Publication name: North Fork Patch
URL for more info: http://northfork.patch.com/articles/local-puppy-mill-protestors-launch-ad-campaign-on-lirr
Puppy mill protestors who spent months demonstrating on Route 25 in Aquebogue last year have embarked upon an advertising campaign.
Deborah A. Howard, president of the Companion Animal Protection Society, said ad posters have been placed in both Long Island Rail Road and MTA Metro-North Railroad cars.
CAPS will begin working with other animal welfare groups, including the San Diego Humane Society, the Animal Welfare Coalition and others in a committee organized by the Public Health and Neighborhood Safety Committee. This is a great day for animals everywhere in our city and our world who have no voice!
Thanks so much to all that came in support of the CAPS presentation!!!
We did it!!!
Publication name: The Boston Globe
URL for more info: http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/2013/03/10/from-cohasset-nonprofit-campaigns-nationally-against-pet-shops-and-puppy-mills/JLpJFx3cdJEMSRQyEZTHjJ/story.html
In 1989, Deborah Howard walked into an Atlanta pet shop and was shocked by the conditions. The place was dirty, and there were lots of sick puppies, including a small yellow Labrador retriever who pressed against the small cage with an oozing cut on his leg.
Publication name: Wicked Local Cohasset
URL for more info: http://www.wickedlocal.com/cohasset/news/x766877819/Cohasset-charity-takes-stand-against-puppy-mills?zc_p=0#axzz2MxtXVFWt
Anyone who has ever seen a PETA advertising campaign – that’s the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals – knows that there has long been a link between show business and animal rights. Now, a local non-profit organization that has spent over 20 years standing up for animals has launched its own campaign, with the help of some very glamorous people: models, stylists, photographers and more from the fashion industry.