WATCH: 2017 Year In Review By We Animals

The film shows some of the highlights of 2017
 

This Year in Review video by We Animals shows some of the highlights the animal organization has experienced over 2017.

We Animals was created by Jo-Anne McArthur, an award-winning photojournalist, author, and educator. It is a self-described 'ambitious project which documents, through photography, animals in the human environment'. 

'Proud'

According to We Animals: "We loved 2017. We worked hard. We grew. 

"Because of your support, we told more stories and reached more people than ever. Watch our Year in Review video to see some of the highlights from this momentous year. 

"Not gonna lie, we’re pretty proud of the video. You should definitely take a few minutes to watch it."

(Main photo: We Animals)

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