Collection: Cats Matter

Cats are often an afterthought in animal welfare.

Approximately 3.2 million cats enter US shelters every year. More than half a million of them won't make it out alive.
Cats are often an afterthought in animal welfare, with dogs the focal point of most initiatives, from foster and adoption programs to laws preventing animal cruelty. Cats in homes are less likely to receive regular vet care than dogs in homes. Cats are more likely to get lost - but less likely to be reunited with their families. Colonies of community cats - both friendly strays and ferals - are common in nearly every urban area.
This collection, featuring Detezi's resident royalty, Deebus, reminds us all that cats matter, too.