Monday, September 26, 2011

Adopt a Pet in Kansas City - KC PAWS, MABBR, Unleashed Pet Rescue, Mastiff Hope & Last Chance Black Dog Rescue - Adoptable Dogs - Rescue, Foster, or Adopt - Kansas City Dog & Pet Photography

According to the ASPCA, approximately 8-12 million animals enter shelters nationwide every year and around 5-9 million are euthanized. Five out of ten dogs in shelters and seven out of ten cats are destroyed simply because there is no one to adopt them. Some of you may think these stats are too overwhelming and even if you helped promote adoption or volunteered that it would never make a dent in the shocking numbers of pet overpopulation. But, even if you save the life of just one animal, isn't it worth all your efforts? I say, yes. We can all make a difference in the lives of homeless animals... but we have to actually put forth an effort and not just talk about it with pity in our hearts.

I volunteer regularly by photographing the dogs up for adoption at KC PAWS in Kansas City. KC PAWS also works with local rescues and helps board some of their dogs, so they have room to rescue more homeless pets.  This round of photos includes dogs from KC PAWS, Last Chance Black Dog Rescue, Unleashed Pet Rescue, Mastiff Hope and Mid America Bully Breed Rescue. I am also partnered with the lovely Kyndra Jade of www.petliks.com, who generously donates her adorable bowtie and flower collar accessories to any adoptable dog that I photograph.  It's just an extra special touch that are giving these adoptables even more exposure to help meet their forever family.

Protective Animal Welfare Society (KC PAWS)
Website

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CLARA
 

Mid America Bully Breed Rescue (MABBR)
Website

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PIGLET


TWINKIE


Unleashed Pet Rescue
Facebook

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Mastiff Hope
Website

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Last Chance Black Dog Rescue
Website

SALLY

1 comments:

Animal Rescue said...

Most human beings are not animal lovers. But there are also many people who love, care and look after animals in time of need. These are the silent minority. The majority care for their own damned lives.

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