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Give Me Shelter is a film to raise awareness for important animal issues around the world. The movie will incorporate the work that many different individuals and animal organizations do in a way that has never been done before. The movie illustrates what is really going on with important issues in the animal world such as the underground black market trade of wild and exotic animals, puppy mills, poaching, animal abuse and neglect, conservation, the food we consume, the fur industry, the pet industry and so on.Written by
Social media is helping animal advocates and animal rescues so much. I mean, I can't even tell you how many times and how many animals that I've posted on Facebook that have gotten rescued from friends of mine, even friends of friends, who have, you know, posted a little puppy or a little kitten from, you know, the Baldwin Park Shelter, Agoura Shelter, any of these shelters. It's so important to spread awareness, and one person can make a difference.
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"Give Me Shelter" is a documentary that educates and raises awareness for some of the top animal welfare issues in the world, including The Ivory Trade, Tiger Conservation, The Circus, Sea World, The Black Market Trade of Endangered Species, The Fur Trade, Shark Finning, The Rainforest and Saving Orangutans from Extinction and why people should Adopt a pet from their local animal shelter, not buy from pet stores who supply puppy mill animals.
Producer Katie Cleary and Director Kristin Rizzo did such an amazing job capturing the connection of every person interviewed and their love for animals. Excellent work exposing the truth of what is really happening behind closed doors and how we can help save our animals!
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