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Monday, December 09, 2013
By David Lee Michaels
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This is Lilah... 


I photographed Lilah back in March for the RVSPCA Puppy Love Ball.  Lilah was a shelter dog, and because of that shelter, Lilah has a furever home.

If it had not been for a shelter, Lilah’s fate would have been uncertain.  Shelters provide a roof, food, a place/bed to sleep on, heat in the winter and cool in the summer… and people.  People who love care and share space with the animals.  Shelters provide a place for the animals to survive and feel  loved.  And, like anything else, these things don’t magically happen. It takes money to run a shelter, no matter how big or small.  Many. Many times its shelter workers and volunteers reaching into their own pockets to see that those in their care get just that…care.

And do you know what’s really cool?  Shelter animals never complain.  They are just happy to be in a space where they can shower somebody with all the love, they have to offer…

That’s why every year at this time; we do our part to help the shelters.  Every year, our studio rescue, Mad-Eye

becomes Santa Paws and we open our doors to collect food for the shelters.  A 20lb or more bag of dog or cat food will get you a 30 minute studio photography session and a complimentary 8x10. You can use these session in January or February of 2014. 

We will make it easy for you.  Just call us at 540.342.9129 and we will arrange a time that works for you, to come by and drop off your pet food and to get your certificate for your photography session.

This Christmas, you can feed a shelter pet and get a session.

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