Phew, here it is, the last and final batch of photos from last weekends photo shoot at the Newark Humane Society in New Jersey! And a good thing too because I have to get back to focusing on actual paying clients (kinda helps with the bills). 😉 Batch 1 and batch 2 if you missed them!
First and foremost is Teddy, a very special resident at the Newark Humane Society. He was adopted out but returned through not fault of his own. He is a total sweetheart and lover and is very sad to be back in a kennel. Teddy has had a rough life and deserves his happy ending!
How can you say no to those eyes? Teddy
Happy! ID# 125906. Happy is just that, happy, in ever single photo!
Get Happy! Literally, go down to the shelter, and get Happy. 😀
Happy for some behind the scenes lovin’
Lolly is the cutest squished faced dog ever. I actually thought I had warped the photo accidentally, but nope, her head is just that squished. 🙂 ID# 122492
Lolly has a not so secret crush on someone at the shelter. It was the cutest thing ever. She was all moping, no smiles, not responding to treats or toys or squeakers, and then Scott walked through the room – her head perked up and this HUGE smile came on her face. What a little lover.
Good things come in twos! Doesn’t get much cuter than this pair, though they can be adopted separately as well. ID# 125887, 125886. The pup on the right is male, left is female.
“Please adopt me?” ID# 125886
“Me too!” ID# 125887
Good things also come in threes! ID# 125835, 125834, 125833. Three cutie pie brothers.
Am I getting a little carried away with the textures? 😀 Love his cute face and mohawk.
This Rottie here is a BEAST of a man. One of the biggest dogs I’ve ever seen. He acts a bit like a puppy and needs some training so if you are a big dude and looking for a big dog then LOOK NO FURTHER! ID# 125938
Think I’m kidding? Look at this guys head compared to Scotts. Scott is a big dude himself, but this Rotties head is huge in comparison! Calling all big dog lovers!!
Now for the pretty kitties! Adopt Blade, ID# 124222. Beautiful orange eyes. Only 11 months old.
Finn, ID# 124223. Finn and Blade must be brothers. I actually thought they were the same cat and had to double check when I saw two names written down on my list.
Mumu is dreaming of home. ID# 124221
No surprise here – Chrysalis is already adopted! She has some crazy before photos, check them out here: http://www.ahscares.org/showarchive.asp?id=12308
Juju, ID# 122767. Boy does Newark have the prettiest kitties ever!
Momo ID#124608, M, 5 years old. Love his stache and beard markings.
ID# 122269, M, 3 years.
This young lady is ready for a tea party! ID# 124553, F, 9 months
F ID# 124554, 9 months.
Panda is ready to go to work! ID# 125899, M, 4 months.
ID# 125564, 9 months
Fluffy, a three legged cat, says, “seriously, what did you just put on my head??” ID# 125228, 8 months
I am smitten with this kitten named Smittens!! He belongs in a doctor suess book. ID# 122996, M, 2 years
Last but not least, we have Balls. Balls was surrendered by his family after he got hit by a car and they said he “walked funny”. Balls barely walks with a limp and is the most affectionate cat. No surprise here, Balls has already been pulled into rescue – Thanks Louie’s Legacy!!
Stacey Gammon is a pet photographer serving Saratoga, Albany, Schenectady Counties and the surrounding Capital Region of New York. She has a passion for animals and often donates her time photographing rescue and shelter dogs and cats.
Christian Dittmar - Beyond outstanding!
Jerilyn Milius Pellecchia - You did an awesome job!! Thank you for taking the time showcase in beautiful way.
Janice Rossel - These are fantastic. Hope they help in getting them all adopted.
Nicole Handrigan-Billey - I agree, beautiful job on these and great that you took the time to do them 🙂 From the pictures alone I almost considered a road trip to see Mr. Rottie Beastie (lol) but I think he’s a little big for my Thunder’s playmate (she’s a little princess). The pictures are gorgeous though, you did an excellent job on them!
Cheri Saxen - These are wonderful pictures thanks for taking the time.
Marnie Spencer - OMG you did a fabulous job on these photos. I hope and pray they all find loving homes. Thank you!!!!