During this past weekend's kick off for my Holiday Photo Special, I had some extra time to get pictures of a new adoption hopeful for Cayleb Senior Rescue. They have a sweet and shy little Alaskan Klee Kai. At 11years old, "Little Girl" has bounced between breeders in Colorado, Texas, and Colorado again, before ending up in a county shelter. Luckily, she is now in foster care and has had a painfully injured leg amputated, giving her a new lease on life.
With her three legs, Little Girl was energetic and nimble. While timid in new surroundings, we were able to make her comfortable and capture some great adoption portraits. She'll need a patient, loving family that can give her a permanent home to live out her senior years safely and happily.
I hope this image and others will help. I'll always have a sweet spot for the senior animals and the great work rescues like these do for them. Wishing you a new home for Christmas Little Girl!