I was at Pets Without Parents this week to photograph more adoptables. There was a cute litter of Pit Bull Terriers – and I photographed all five of them. Charlie Brown, Peppermint Patty, Pigpen, Sally and Snoopy were all born late August and are so adorable! It was hilarious when George tried to get one of the Pitties out of the cage. They would all come leaping and trotting forward. There are also two more female Pit Bulls up for adoption, Bells and Coco Channel. Both these girls are between one and two years old. I love a Pittie’s face and can’t believe there are so many that need homes right now!
I recently found out that Pets Without Parents has been in the process of finding a new facility. They are renting the building that they are currently in and would like to find a place of their own that is more suited to the animals’ needs. They even have a “furever” fund for contributions specifically for their new facility. After 3 different moves into rental properties, they would like the next move to be their last. If you are interested in donating to their furever home fund, please use this link.
I love volunteering my time and photography skills with the various rescue groups in Columbus. I received this email earlier in the week and it made my day – this is why I spend my free time photographing the adoptables:
Hi Danielle, I just adopted Bogie from Pets Without Parents. The photos you took were fantastic and the reason we went to visit those sweet faces. What you’re doing for them is making a difference! Thanks so much! Katie