Maya

Yesterday was the second time that I worked with Maya at Pima Animal Care Center. She came to the shelter in pretty rough shape. The PACC veterinarians and medical staff tended to her needs and she put on some much needed weight while she was in foster care. The physical changes from when she was brought in are remarkable but so are her mental changes. She’s come a long way and I’m sure she will make some family very happy. She’s ready to find her happy ending.
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Hanging out with Nemo

I have been regularly volunteering my professional services at Pima Animal Care Center since I moved to Tucson.  A year ago I recruited another professional photographer to join me.  Reena’s been working with me ever since.  She often snaps photos of me as I carry the small animals to and from their kennels.  You can see her work at www.reenagiola.com.

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