Ken Koch has spent some of his life behind a badge in law enforcement in California. But most of his life has been spent behind a camera in commercial photography and videography in Minneapolis. Now retired to Florida, his goal is to feature the homeless animals of Southwest Florida.
Koch and a group of all volunteer professionals have teamed up produce a new documentary showing the plight of homeless domestic animals.
Segments will include TNR, (trap-neuter-return) protected and unprotected feral cat colonies, homeless domestic animal interaction with wildlife, how dogs end up in dog fighting rings, dogs being rescued then trained as Search & Rescue K9 and Therapy dogs.
A key component will also include the connection of animal abuse to domestic human family abuse. Koch will be reaching out to the law enforcement community for their invaluable insight.
The documentary should be released for free nationwide distribution to non-profits sometime in late 2017.  While all of South Florida will be featured, …
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