Sunday, August 17, 2008

Thematic Photographic 11: Poignant v.3.0

"Please take me home. I'll be good, I promise!"
Raleigh, NC - May 2003 (Click to embiggen)

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Today I'll explore a different kind of poignant. The image before you isn't so sad, but the story that created it certainly is.

The shot was taken at a "Super Adopt-A-Thon" in May of 2003. Several shelters and rescues got together on a gray, wet, and surprisingly chilly May morning to find likely homes for the animals in their care. This little guy was there courtesy of the Wake County SPCA. He and his littermates had been found in a cardboard box, abandoned. His story ended happily as I recall, but the story ends badly for the vast majority of puppies and kittens in his situation.

If you're looking for a companion, please consider adopting from a shelter or rescue. You'll never find a better friend. And regardless of where your pets come from, be responsible enough to have them spayed or neutered so that this story doesn't have to be repeated.edible latex panties girls rubber leather licking slick wet lesbian asian amateur milf horny housewives mother theresa

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tiff said...

I tried to adopt a puppy, I really did.....

But she liked dogs better than people. Now I have re-adopted a dog we rescued years ago and was living with my ex. He didn't much care for how she ate the tomatoes off his lovingly tended vines. :)

Mojo said...

Ah yes, I remember the saga of the puppy. But better you should recycle the puppy than the adult dog. As cold as that sounds, a puppy has a far better chance at finding a home. Sounds like the tomato-lover might need an outlet for her energy. Some breeds need more work than others, and if they're not getting it they start getting pretty neurotic.