“Telling Stories” is the theme for this week’s 52 week Pet Photography Project. In Duchemin’s chapter from the Visual Toolbox on “Telling Stories”, he states that “not every photograph tells a story, but story is powerful in a photograph.” This week’s post I am sharing Juniper’s story. She is a sweet, 8 month old pup up for adoption at the MSPCA in Methuen, MA.
I met Juniper last month. She came to the shelter with an injured front leg from a cause unknown. Due to permanent nerve damage, Orthopedic surgeons recommended that her leg be amputated. They decided she would be much more comfortable after surgery.
The first photo was when she arrived at the shelter. She was a happy-go-lucky girl despite her difficult first few months in this world. The second photo I took yesterday. It was so great to see her! Even wrapped up in her pretty pink cast, she was still all smiles. We hope to find her a home soon. She deserves to recover in the comfort a loving, caring home … to be spoiled rotten with attention!!! 🙂
Please keep your fingers crossed that we find this love bug a home soon! Share this post and spread the word 🙂
Next up in our blog circle this week is Pet Love Photography, serving Greater Cincinnati and the San Francisco Bay Area. Thanks for stopping by and reading my little story about Juniper. Enjoy the posts!
Bless her heart and yours for helping these dogs find their forever homes. 🙂
Thank you, Kim 🙂
Thank you for helping find homeless pets homes by taking such wonderful photos of them and sharing their stories. It’s something that is very important to me, too. Love that first photo!