Each week a group of wonderful photographers from Beautiful Beasties Network challenges each other to take on an assignment. This is a great way to network, get to know each other, and just try new things in general.
This weeks theme is yellow. I was very busy all week photographing pups in two different shelters. I wanted to utilize our fire hydrant on with my pups, but I ran out of time. Believe or not but in Florida our fire hydrants are yellow. Lucky for me, I have met few very special pups at the shelter with yellow eyes! Also for my friends up north, I am sending some sunny photos your way :)
I will start with a photo of sweet girl. She is very affectionate, energetic, and gorgeous!! Look at her stunning eyes and big smile, she is one big snuggle bug. I love her! But she can play! My second shot is a bit more of a deep concentration and motion while chasing the ball.
Talking about stunning beauty, I have to show few images of this beautiful girl. I can hardly believe that she was dumped at the shelter, because owner was moving. I will never understand why people move to places, with breed restrictions. So irresponsible! This beautiful girl is super sweet, very chunky, and loves to play. My second photo is all action!
Two cute girls should be balanced by handsome boy. This boy's name is Cash. He too was owner surrender, because they moved. Often, I wonder if people understand these are kill shelters they dump their animals into! Cash is very sweet but shelter stresses him out. These beautiful eyes! I hope Cash can handle the stress and won't become kennel aggressive. Look at this smile, how can you just leave your baby at a shelter? There is always another way and shelter should be the last resort... Sadness...
Last I would love to share a photo of Redd, she is Dobie Mix girl. Redd is very affectionate, smart, and eager to please. She has been in another shelter for a while now. She was surrendered by owner, because she is too active? She is older girl but has lots of spunk in her. I loved her BIG smile and her gorgeous eyes! Sweet girl, I hope she finds home soon. I hope they all do. I cannot imagine for a pet living in a home environment being brought to this outside, cold, shelter. Good luck babies, Pavlina loves you ALL!!
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