MY DREAM FOR ANIMALS PROJECT IMAGES FOR MODELS.COM

George Speros is an executive agent at The Society Management and a devoted friend of animals– his newest launch isn’t pushing the next it-girl, but is all about drumming support for the latter. His website MyDreamForAnimals.com aspires to educate readers to the widespread mistreatment of animals, critters domestic and exotic alike. As the name implies the site proposes achievable “Dreams” and details the dire situations, but also includes how actions can translate to positive change. The site also profiles people and organizations actively impacting the well-being of animals.

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Publication: Models.com – My Dream for Animals
Models: Lindsey Wixson, Amilna Estevao, Natalie Westling, Catherine McNeil, Annika Krijt, Alisa Ahmann
Photographer: Scott Mac Donough
All animals photographed at Star Animal Sanctuary of Long Island
Hair: Ryan Mitchell
Makeup: Angie Parker
Art Direction: Stephan Moskovic
A Models.com Interview by Steven Yatsko

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Kestrel

“My dream is that animals will not be used in lab testing anymore”

-Catherine McNeil

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Rabbit

“My dream is that people will treat animals with the same care and love as they do other humans”

-Amilna Estevao

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Kinkajou

“My dream is that there will be wild animals left for future generations to learn from”

– Lindsey Wixson

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Screech Owl

“My dream is that a law will be created that will prevent people who abuse animals from ever owning a pet again”

-Annika Krijt

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Red Tegu

“My dream is that people will give the same respect and value to an animal’s life as they do their own”

-Alisa Ahmann

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Grey Wolf

“My dream is that a day will come when animals no longer have to suffer an abusive and life-threatening environment that is the result of human ignorance”

-Natalie Westling