Canine Cellmates

As the weather warms up, you may spot more outdoor cats in your neighborhood. For pet owners, raising a cat to be indoor versus outdoor is a very sensitive subject. We talk about the ethics of cat ownership with Barbara King, College of William & Mary professor emerita of anthropology.

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At the Fulton County Jail, inmates are hard at work — training dogs. Now in its fifth year, the Canine Cellmates program pairs inmates with rescue dogs so that they can be adopted. They sleep, eat and play with their four-legged companions for nine to 12 weeks. 

Canine Cellmates

 

 

Over the summer, bikers, walkers and runners were treated to some art as they enjoyed Atlanta’s Beltine.  

Included in the display was a group of photos of black men incarcerated at the Fulton County jail.

The four photos feature men in their prison jumpsuits posing with dogs that they trained as part of the Canine Cellmates program.