FOX 35 VIDEO: Helping Save Shelter Animals Through Non-Profit Photography

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Pawsitive Shelter Photography

ABOVE VIDEO: Paul Wean and his wife started Pawsitive Shelter Photography in 2011. Paul Wean is an attorney but he combined his passion of animal rights and photography together to form the non-profit group. “We decided that our mission was to present these animals, cats and dogs, in a light that would really induce the public to come here and adopt them,” said Paul Wean. (WOFL FOX 35 Video)

ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA (WOFL FOX35) – Hundreds if not thousands of shelter animals get put down every day, but one group is trying to capture the picture perfect photo of these homeless dogs and cats so they can find a loving home.

Paul Wean and his wife started Pawsitive Shelter Photography in 2011.

Paul Wean is an attorney but he combined his passion of animal rights and photography together to form the non-profit group.

“We decided that our mission was to present these animals, cats and dogs, in a light that would really induce the public to come here and adopt them,” said Paul Wean.

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