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Talking Point…


A View from Romania


Romania has a rich cultural history and has been through many political transformations. Some of which have been for the better of its people, others may be debated by those who reside there.


But while Romania was undergoing a transformation in the 1980's led by the then president Nicolea Ceausescu, who sought to industrialise Romania, the country's stray dog problem began signalling the beginning of a problem which would only worsen as the decades rolled on, says Bagdat Ozarslan from REAN (Rescuing European Animals in Need).


During the transformation people were forced to leave the countryside and move to the cities. Bungalow houses were demolished to make space for large apartments and as a result, people abandoned their pet dogs (who were by and large un-neutered) and the inevitable happened when the dogs bred.


This month James Carter, Kodak Pet Photographer Of The Year, who photographed Sue Moxley, David Van Day and their former REAN dog, Romi, for K9 Magazine last month (pictured left), is kindly offering shoots at his Essex studio for only £20, with all proceeds being donated to REAN.


As part of the shoot, you will receive a 8x6 print of your choice.


For further details and to book your session, please telephone 01708 44 56 97 or visit www.jamescarterphotography.com


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