“San Antonio has a number of social conditions that merit attention,” says photographer Roberto Guerra, “and the problem of stray animals is an important one.” So he decided to document his hometown’s run-down animal shelter (“Inhumane Society,”). “I wanted to show the facility itself, of course—the building is from the forties—but I also wanted to show the human side of working there, at a job that’s so thankless,” Guerra says. “And I wanted to help educate the public about what’s going on—why so many animals are there and what the city needs to do about it.”