When I see projects like this, full of good will and love, it brightens my day. When I find people like Sarolta Bán, I really think that there is still hope in this bad, selfish world that we live in. People never stop to think about what would be like saving an innocent beautiful life and caring about someone else?

For this kind of cause is this talented artist fighting for. To change the perception of abandoned shelter animals, and to help find them homes, she recently embarked on a new series that all feature a furry friend.The project is called Help Dogs with Images. On her Facebook page, she’s asked her over 103,000 fans to share a photo of a dog, cat or other animal who needs a home. To increase their visibility, she will create a spectacular photo montage of them and then share that image on her Facebook page. As a nice gift, the future owner of that animal will get a free
print of the picture. Just by reading these lines, we do know that there is a lot of hard work, but not even a minute of her time is being spent. She dedicates her life to these unfortunate loyal little souls and I assure you that the results are starting to show.

For example, she herself adopted a 4-legged-friend from a shelter and she made a print of the white puppy. That’s when it all began.


As she states on her Facebook Page, “Sadly, abandoned dogs have really few chances to appear on a photo that will help them get out of the shelter – a photo that stands out from the crowd and ‘speaks’ to a person. I would really like to help sheltered animals…a good picture is worth a thousand words.”

She uses her incredible talent to emphasis the furry orphan’s problems. I do know how she feels, because I am an owner of an exceptional dog that makes my days happy. I could not imagine my life without her because she is a member of my family and always will be. So I invite you to  get acquainted with a new furry friend. 🙂

Please contribute to her lovely cause by visiting her Facebook page and be sure to check out her website for more of her stunning art work.










  Image credit: http: saroltaban.com