Discarded after a lifetime of loyalty… let’s help turn Daisy’s life around
I provide pro-bono photography to Sutherland Shire Council Animal Shelter one day of my working week each week to show the world how wonderful their shelter pets are in an effort to help them find their forever home.
I was there the day this broken, neglected girl was brought to the shelter. Her family were there, kids, babies and all. I saw them. I said hello to them not realising who they were and what they’d just done. They were happy to pay for her to be euthanised at a vet, but they refused to pay a surrender fee to the shelter when they talked her out of killing her loyal dog, and offered to rehome her. You get that in this world.
So Daisy had to wait the two week mandatory holding period before she went up for adoption. That was back in November last year. Still she waits.
She has spent Christmas, all of this hot summer and all of the ferocious storms it delivered, in a concrete enclosure, crying for her family. She gets lots of love and walks by the staff and volunteers. She gets to spend time every day outside in an exercise yard. All she wants is a family who will love and cherish her, unlike the last. She is… Daisy.
If you’d like to meet this absolute sweetheart, and invite her into your home to spend her twilight years, click here for her shelter profile or ring the staff at Sutherland Shire Council Animal Shelter on the number above. Daisy is at their shelter in Taren Point, Sydney, NSW, Australia.
Did you know that even though I’m an AIPP accredited professional dog photographer, I also love to photograph cats in their homes where they are comfortable and relaxed. If you’d like to book an in-home session for your cat please get in touch. I also sell gift certificates which make an awesome gift for the cat-lover in your life.