I had the privilege to be out at the SPCA on April 9th & shoot photos for their annual report. The cutest foster pups came in for their first shots. Sharon is the lucky foster mom who gets to foster these sweeties until they can be placed for adoption. They were so adorable that when Marv & Tiffany came in for headshots of course they wanted to showcase them in their staffing photos as well. I hear the three will possibly be featured in a banner in the annual as well... guess well find out when Declan's graphic designing masterpiece goes to print. You can e-mail email@example.com for more information and to learn how/when you can fill out an application if your finding yourself smitten with them too.
I worked there over 10 years ago and I'm so impressed with all the hard work that has been done and how they completely changed the place around.... Whatever you think you know about the SPCA, I can assure you, you dont unless you have been out there in the past 3 years. The remarkable adoption rates and new policy's will blow any negative thought you once had, completely out of your head. Its become a positive space, the public should be proud to see such an extraordinary group of people, pooling their talents to operate such a rounded non profit organization. The animals couldn't have better ambassadors fighting for them & their benefits then they do now. Id like to thank all their employee's and volunteers for their time and effort enriching the animals quality of life, as they has fought so hard to do so over the past few years. Its because of you that Saskatoon has the success stories that they do and will continue to have in the following years. Thank you! Cant wait to hear about all the other milestones you continue to hit. Check out Tricia & Lindsay on CTV Morning Live with some other great adoptable's .. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.357774414259678.74255.258161310887656&type=1 Thanks for reading my first blog post! Website : http://www.renditure.ca/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RenditurePhotography