Black Dogs And Cats Are Last On The List For Adoption, I Want To Change That By Taking Beautiful Portraits Of Them

I’ve done a bit of research on this and there seem to be four major reasons that black dogs and cats are last on the list for potential adoptees – firstly, they don’t photograph well (I think these images disprove that point) which is tragic if you want to take over Instagram with your new pet (repeatedly smacks forehead against wall), secondly, black dogs can look intimidating and aggressive, thirdly, black cats are superstitiously unlucky (or should that be stupid-stitiously) and lastly, they are a bit plain and boring to look at. What. Evs. here. My Googling did reveal an interesting tip for shelters looking to encourage people to adopt their ‘boring’ black dogs and cats – place them with …

UPS Driver Entertains Himself At Work By Taking Photos With Every Dog He Meets

Many of us have stopped in our tracks at the sight of a dog crossing our path on the street, or staring back at us through the gaps in the fence and there always is an urge to go over to them and give them a pet. UPS drivers are no exception to that urge and they’ve started a beautiful tradition to snap pictures with dogs they meet on their route at work. They even created a Facebook group called ‘UPS Dogs’ where they share their shots and experiences. One of such drivers is Jason Hardesty from New Orleans, Louisiana. He describes himself as “a very easily entertained UPS driver” and that’s evident in the #3 Jay And Prince #4 …