March 31, 2012
Meet litter mates Jeremy, Carmelo, Landry, Shumpert, Chandler and Amare. They are about 4-weeks old today.
In a couple of weeks, after they’ve been properly socialized and weaned (around 10-12 weeks old), they’ll be up for adoption. Because kittens don’t do well alone, they’ll need to be adopted in pairs. But I’m sure they won’t mind being adopted all together as a whole team! Haha! Either way, they’ll need a family to love them and keep them safe, happy and healthy.
Remember, however, that adopting a pet is a lifelong commitment. So if you have it your heart to adopt these little ones, you’ll need to consider all the factors involved.
Begin by asking yourself the following questions:
Am I prepared to love my pet for life? Can I afford a pet — food, vaccinations, vet bills, spaying or neutering, grooming, housing? Will I have time to care for a pet — to train them, groom them and let them get enough exercise? Do I have enough space for a pet in my home? Are pets allowed in the place I live? In other words… will a pet fit into my lifestyle? And if not, am I willing to change my lifestyle for a pet?
If you answered “YES” to all the questions above and you’d like to give these adorable adoptables a forever home… Yay!!! God bless you! Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 2, 2012
Meet Pug-Pug, a sweet, affectionate, and exceptionally smart little Pug.
When Pug-Pug’s humans Tony and Elo Quiambao first contacted me several weeks ago, they mentioned that they were expecting their first child next month. Immediately, I knew our session would be special. And it truly was, just to have the privilege of photographing little Pug-Pug, their furry baby of 6-years, capturing snippets of their life together with him, and helping them tell a story that they hope to share with their child/ children one day. Here’s a little sneak-peek of our shoot…
Our photo session began with his usual morning stroll. (Fun Fact: Pug-Pug doesn’t like the grass very much and will refuse to sit on it. Apparently, he doesn’t like to get dirty. Hahaha! He’ll take the pavement anytime though)
Pug-Pug takes a little break in the shade. (Fun Fact: Pug-Pug does not only sit, shake hands, or lie down on command, but he can also make “mano”, raise his paw when he hears his name in a roll call, and lie down paws-up and remain there frozen like a statue for a good number of seconds. Hilarious!)
After his morning walk, Pug-Pug has his breakfast. (Fun Fact: Pug-Pug listens attentively, and does so mostly to his Mommy. Haha! He knows how to wait and will do anything for food. Because he’s allergic to all kinds of meat, his diet consists only of prescribed dog food plus fresh fruits and boiled vegetables.)
After breakfast, Pug-Pug gets some cuddle time. (Fun Fact: Pug-Pug’s favorite spot at home is on the rocking chair in his parents’ bedroom. It’s his very own sleeping spot.)
Thank you so much Tony and Elo for a wonderful shoot! I enjoyed every minute of it!