“Lucy” was a happy senior Beagle that was picked up by one of the animal control officers on August 18, 2017. We were hopeful to find her home right away because she had a microchip. However, hopes dropped as we traced the unregistered microchip that was administered in 2008. Lucy would have to wait and hope her owner came forward. By August 23rd, no call. Lacy would need a photoshoot.I often receive email requests for more photos of a particular dog, or to post some “glamour shots.... continue reading
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Friday, 9:06 AM -A fellow county employee called the shelter for help. Her brother had passed away about two months ago and his dog, Sweet Boy, was left at the property all alone. Other family members had been saying they would take him in, but 8 weeks later there he sat. She had been going daily to feed him but didn’t think it fair to sit at a vacant house.He was brought to the shelter on August 24, 2017. He certainly did live up to his name! He was a great dog. Perhaps he wasn’t as... continue reading
When Monty was 5 months old, we decided to get him a little friend...We went to SICSA with every intention to walk out with a lab or labordoodle....to be honest, I wanted to walk out with every dog in there but I had to be realistic...we looked and we looked..then finally we looked down..there she was..our little Nikko ( named after the head flying Monkey in the Wizard of Oz) she was nothing that we had "intented" to get..but everything we ever wanted...The introduction to Monty, our Great Dane,... continue reading
It is always a joy to know one of our forgoten images fallen in to level 0 threshold has been adopted (AKA sold).I don't mind if it is a credit sale or a subscription sale. I feel happy just to know someone took the time to find it and the image is good enough to be adopted for use. Strange enough, many of them are credit sales.Just love to see that golden swirl (meaning: this is a level 0 purchase).August is quite a slow month, but until now some of my orphan level 0 images were adopted:... continue reading
I would like to share the story behind this illustration. About 4 years ago, I got an e-mail from my mom in Taiwan regarding a cat waiting to be adopted. My mom's co-worker saw this cat at the vet. Her previous owner was an old lady who got cancer. Because she had to be hospitalized, she couldn't take care the cat any more. She left the cat with the vet, hoped that somebody would adopt her.However, she still wanted to visit the cat sometimes. The vet told her that it would be difficult, plus the... continue reading
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