It was a bit of hazy morning when Sarah and I worked with this sweet group of pups, but the sun came out eventually to grace us with its presence. What a rough life it is, being near the beach in Southern California.
First up is sweet little Beth, a rat terrier who would definitely be the queen bee of any home, in the best way possible. And she’s a great cuddler!
And then there’s Fabio. Who lives up to his name in every way – he’s such a great model! He was so funny, acting like a dog half his size and trying to cuddle with Sarah.
Miss Fiona came to the shelter with bad eye and skin infections, and now you can hardly tell there was ever a problem! And what a sweetheart temperament she has – just look at that smile! (Maybe it’s just my generation, but every time I see the name Fiona I automatically think of Shrek. Anyone else?) She qualifies for the Back in Black special going on this month!
Simon and Lacey are the cutest little pair. They were found together and are so bonded, the shelter wants to make sure they find a home together. Shouldn’t be too hard, seeing as they both fit in one lap, right? ;)
So there we have it, the newbies for April! Quite a few we worked with that day have already found homes, which always makes me feel awesome (the goal here is to not be needed, y’know?). But what I did notice is that there are several that we’ve photographed in the past who are still waiting to find just the right family. Luckily the shelter is currently running two promotions this month! First, Back in Black, which is actually a nationwide event sponsored by the Best Friends Society – No More Homeless Pets network, which the SBACC is a part of. They feature black-furred animals because they can often be overlooked or hard to get a good photo of, so for the month of May adoption fees are reduced to $35 for cats and $75 for dogs.
And Olive would also qualify for the other promotion running this month, Super Senior May!
So if you’ve been waiting to find a new family member, now is the time, friends! You really can’t beat those adoptions fees, and you can also feel great about going to the SBACC knowing that they’re a pro-life shelter – I know I do!