I spent the afternoon volunteering at the Humane Society of Tampa Bay photographing their adoptable animals for their website. You may remember my 8 Before and After Photos of Rescue Pets a few weeks ago. Shelters have a constant flow of animals that are surrendered and it can be challenging to grab a quality photo, especially when they first arrive at intake.

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My hope is to show off their personality and increase their chances at adoption. If you’re interested in having a photo shoot of your pet, check out the Photo Shoot Fundraiser the shelter and I are putting on.

Lucky

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Leo

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Kiwi

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Daniel

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Cooper

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Casey

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Lucky

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Scott

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Alice

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Jax

Jax isn’t available for adoption, but I couldn’t help but post his photo. He’s so stoic!

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If you would like to adopt one of these adorable pups, you can visit the Humane Society of Tampa Bay website.

The hats used in this week’s photos are from Party City and the Bow Ties were donated from Black Cat Designs in Seminole Heights.

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