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wags and whiskers :: july rescue of the month

Wags and Whiskers is our Giving Back July Rescue of the Month! Wags is a small, no-kill, foster-based rescue. They’re dedicated to finding homes for stray, abandoned and surrendered animals in high-kill shelters. They are advocates for Pit Bulls and have a listing of some great educational resources on their website. There is a continual need for foster homes; since they don’t have a physical facility, the only way they can rescue more animals is if there’s a foster to take them. For more information on fostering, donating or adopting from Wags and Whiskers, check them out on their website, blog or Facebook.

Petie is a super sweet boy who has been with Wags and Whiskers for two years. TWO YEARS people! I can’t believe it…. he came in as a puppy and has been with the same foster family since. I met him this morning and he’s quiet, a nice small size, walks great in his harness, knows commands and takes treats very gently from your hand. Plus he’s handsome as all get-out. He does have Addison’s disease, but is capable of living a perfectly normal, long life with a monthly medication. It’s ridiculous that this great guy hasn’t found a forever home yet, so spread the word and let’s get him adopted!

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These two gorgeous cats are named Dreams and Wishes but their fosters just call them Chunky and Skinny. They need to be adopted together, as they do much better as a unit than individually, so Wags and Whiskers is offering a reduced-price adoption fee for both. Chunky (who’s really not fat, just bigger than Skinny) is a friendly girl who likes treats and getting pets. Skinny is super cute and needs some time to get to know you. She’s a bit of a scaredy-cat,and hers was my first studio shoot that took place underneath a desk…. but I know my Simon would act the exact same way if I put him in a crate and took him to a new place with strangers and flashing lights, so I don’t really blame her  :)

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Hi! I'm Sarah, but feel free to call me Sarah Beth. I've been a professional photographer for over 10 years, and I've been an animal lover and an artist my entire life. Read More . . .

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