Wow! we are just about half way through 2015, and I only have another 26 dogs to go! This week we have a beautiful old gentleman, Wolf, or Wolfie. Wolf is a typical Australian Kelpie, he spends his days rounding up his very own sheep (Golden Retriever, Braille from week 19) Wolfie loves to chase and jump for his ball, and he enjoys meeting new friends to herd wherever he goes. He is a cuddly fellow who is always there when you need him. Without further ado, here he is!
I thought I should just add a bonus photo of his sheep, Braille, since she was a good sport while all attention was on her older bro! (bit of weight in your step there Braille!)
This week has been super busy so I'm posting a summer throw back. This is Jedda, my grandparent's beautiful little Corgi. Jedda loves to travel around the property in my Grandfather's ute as he stops for odd jobs on the farm, she also sometimes takes her self for walks to visit neighbouring relatives and doggy friends. But most often, if you're looking for her, Jedda can be found curled up, warm and snug, underneath my Grandfather's reading chair.
Wow! This week has been fun! So many kittens and puppies to play with... I have had a great few days. But now it is time to introduce one of the sweetest little faces in out dog of the week series, Eddie! Eddie is a snuggly playful ball of fluff Labrador puppy! At 10 weeks old he is winning hearts all around him, and is sure to keep his family of two adults and three young boys on their toes. What a gorgeous little man.
Cats! Kittens and cats!
Recently I have teamed up with a local rescue in an attempt to help find all of their little adoptable's loving homes. Jemima's Gift Inc. was recently launched in Bendigo, Victoria and they are already inundated with many foster cats needing to find their forever homes. Over the weekend, I was invited into the homes of some of the foster carers to photograph these cats. I met, and photographed over 20 cats, some of them shy, some of them totally in your face, all of them adorable and needing homes. If you are looking to adopt a new pet, or want to learn the stories behind each of these cats and kittens, head on over to Jemima's Gift Inc. for more information.
This week I would like to indtroduce another of the stranger looking dogs I have met, Grug. Grug is supposedly a Staffy mix Jack Russell, but I am certain there are other things in there, perhaps dachshund or corgi. Either way, this intriguing little fellow has an intense personality, he loves, loves, loves playing with soccer balls and his mate Lachie (pictured). He enjoys chasing rabbits and mucking around out bush where he lives with his human in a "hill billy hideout". Other than that, you can always count on Grug for a cuddle as well as an adventure, he is up for anything.