FROM THE STREETS TO FAME

“From the streets to fame”: animals from animal shelters as protagonists of Stangest products.

Homeless dogs and cats will no longer be invisible and will reach clinics, stores and homes throughout Spain through the packaging of Stangest’s dermal health nutraceuticals. Dumbo, Tequila, Pardal, Valient, Mickey, Martí, Lola and Vilma are the main characters of this story that live in the Asociación Protectora de Animales del Anoia (APAN).

With the campaign “From the streets to fame” we want to raise awareness about the importance of responsible pet ownership and support the adoption of homeless animals.

Dogs and cats undoubtedly occupy a prominent place in our families. They bring us moments of joy, walks and games, awaken in us a great sensitivity and are faithful companions of life. Let us treat them with the love and respect they deserve. By using Stangest nutraceuticals, you are not only helping to improve your pet’s skin health, but you are also doing your bit to one day live in a society without abandoned animals.

We encourage you to click and discover the particular history of each animal…

DUMBO

TEQUILA

PARDAL

VALIENT

MICKEY

MARTI

LOLA

VILMA

«From the street to fame»: Making of

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L’Asociación Protectora de Animales del Anoia (APAN) is a non-governmental organization created to fight against the abandonment and mistreatment of animals. Their task goes beyond picking them up, giving them shelter and healing their physical and psychological wounds. For many years they have been doing everything possible to ensure the welfare of their animals during their temporary stay at the shelter, since the ultimate goal is to find for each of them the right family that will care for them and love them as a member.

Anna Batalla has been in charge of taking the photos of the campaign. Graduated in Photography at the IEFC, she combines her work as a freelance photographer with the production of her personal projects, some of which she has had the opportunity to exhibit in different festivals and exhibitions at national and international level. When she adopted a dog with many insecurities and fears, she decided she wanted to do something to help make this problem visible. Since then, he has been collaborating with APAN and, every time he goes there, he continues to be moved by each case.