The Mr Mo Project: A Photo Series
The Mr. Mo Project is a wonderful program that saves senior dogs from the shelter and covers their medical expenses for the rest of their life. This photo series highlights some of the faces saved by their generosity. These are only 17 out of the 62 dogs in the program that have been given the gift of their golden years. Without the funds and support from the Mr. Mo Project they would not be here today. All expenses are covered by the program for the rest of their lives. Whether abandoned at shelters, found as strays, or nearly given up on due to rising medical costs, the Mr. Mo Project gave each of these seniors a second chance at life, as well as so many, many more.
If these photos touch a soft spot and you would like to see even more senior dogs rescued from shelters and allowed to live out their golden years in a loving home, please consider donating to their cause. If you can’t donate, please share their story so others can see it and perhaps be inspired to adopt a senior dog.
The love, endurance and vitality of all these old souls should not be underestimated!
A huge thank you to the forever fosters who all brought their blind, deaf, immobile and arthritic dogs to the shoot – some from as far as three hours away. You are all saints, bless you for taking in these otherwise lost souls and accompanying them on their emotional end of life journey. And an incredible thank you to the selfless Mariesa who runs The Mr Mo Project with her husband and who hopped on board with my goal to photograph as many of the Mr Mo dogs as I could. Without your enthusiasm and support I wouldn’t have been able to do it, and without the hard work and dedication you’ve given to this project, these dogs wouldn’t be here for me to photograph.
Karen Stacko - The pictures just show how happy they all are. I especially liked seeing the pictures of Grace and Hope. Chris and Mariesa do such a marvelous job.
J.d. Greenawalt - Beautiful souls both 4 legged and human. Blessings to all.
Dyna Mendoza - These are just beautiful!! What an amazing wonderful Photo Series!!! Thank you!!! <3
Robin Soldano - Wow, brought tears to my eyes…beautiful dogs and beautiful people! Love the photos, so very touching!
Karla SilentEyez - Beautiful! ❤️
Diana Winters - Wow, great capturing of their spirit, each one
Kandy Frey - I can’t scroll threw without crying . This is amazing . I’m so happy to see Emily looking well .
Laurel Anderson - Thank you, thank you!
Anne Witsman Loya - What beautiful pictures!
Terry Bennett - Great pictures of all Mr Moe’s kids. Hope some will get on wine bottles.
Fran August Wilder - So wonderful.love those sweet old souls! You are saints here on earth…
Margie Donohue - oh. my. God. So beautiful.
Rita Singleton - Thank you for supporting this wonderful project.
Cindy Garner - Brings tears to my eyes. All these beautiful babies.
Alex Anne-Marie - Grey muzzles rock!
Saratoga Dog Lovers - <3 Nice work!
JoAnne Rando-Moon - Such beautiful faces.
Julie Menna - This is a beautiful display of pictures… I’m awed by this collection.. definitely going to save it…
Brenda Illig - YAY Winston
Nikki Hughes - Old is Gold …… love these pics, dogs and their humans <3
Paula Durnian - Wonderful photos!! These seniors are beautiful…
Nancy Nelson Hanson - They are never too old!! Thank you for doing this! I hate when I read the family gave the old dog up for a young one! You have them for life!
Leah Jones - This is wonderful ! Each one of these dogs could have died a frightening and frightened death in a lonely Shelter, and instead they are getting love and cuddles from kind and caring people. Thank you everyone who is involved in this marvellous Project, Bless you all.
Laurie Barak - Looking at these pictures made me fall completely in love with each of these dogs, but Grace is my favorite. She just radiates joy!
Olga Sentinella Vallvé - Do not understand because animals are abandoned and less when they are old because that’s when they need us. We have to thank them so much love you have given us.
Ann Cluck - Seniors are more laid back. They carry in themselves just as much love and adoration as a puppy. They just show it in different ways. My senior pup rescued me about 5 yrs ago. She had been in the shelter from a puppy to 3/4 yrs old. She is my best friend and protects me from my snarling, biting peka-poo of 10 mos. Of course she is a black lab/border collie.