So one of my childhood friend runs this absolutely wonderful organization called Speak for the Unspoken. It’s a non-profit, rescue organization that specializes in finding furever homes for special needs dogs. From them, you can see that special needs dogs are just as wonderful as any other dogs in bringing joy and happiness in life that you will not get from elsewhere. I had a privilege of shooting their new years event (I know, I’m super super late. I was actually away from my photo work for some personal reasons.)
Here are some pictures, and please consider adopting, donating, or volunteering for this wonderful organization 🙂
Currently I live with two dogs, a boyfriend, and a cat. You might be able to say that I’m an animal lover.
With sequence of weird events another cat decided to enter my life from a bad situation. An evil voice in me whispered ,”well why not,” so as fate would have it a tiny 6 month old cat entered my life tonight. I knew I can’t keep the cat for good, our household is currently running with a single income and we just cannot handle another mouth to feed. Plus I’m starting to find out I am rather mildly allergic to this one, even though I’m not really allergic to my own cat. weird.
When I first met the cat, it was covered in fleas, and although it was told to me the cat was 6 months old, it looks to be grossly underweight, and I can see the bones though his tiny body.
So we decided to bathe him.
After he was finished with his baptismal shampoo and anti flea medication, he fell asleep in our friends lap, purring.
This is an ongoing tale of friends and looking for a loving home for this tiny ferocious creature.
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