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If for whatever reason you do not quite understand what is stated above please note that I am not a stock provider and none of my photographs are stock images - this includes using my images / photographs / "art" in any way imaginable without being granted my permission such as using them as direct references to recreate in a drawing / painting; I expect to be asked directly beforehand if an artist wants to to have the right to use any of my work whether it is a low quality snap/crap-shot or a fairly decent photograph that I take pride in, please do not automatically assume you have that right simply because the image is on the internet
If you want to use my "art" in any way, all you have to do is contact me, ask politely & maybe I will grant you my permission; thank you
Dog Signs & Portraits for Charity
Signs for Strays is a newly organized project by the founder of Operation TNR which is a non profit organization set out to trap-neuter-return stray & feral cats, to aid and provide them with necessary veterinary care, and to rescue and adopt out homeless / abandoned kittens. Operation TNR was founded on the grounds of aiding stray & feral cats in communities in North Eastern Ohio, but is currently based within the township of LaGrange, Ohio with wishes to expand to other communities to help get feral and stray cat populations under control and into a manageable state
Signs for Strays is a dog breed sign making art project, with 100% of proceeds going to Operation TNR and felines in need; with this project we sell dog breed signs, special-made signs featuring customer’s dogs and pet portraits
These are just examples of what dog breeds are currently available, below is a list all the dog breeds that are currently ready to be made into signs; general breed-specific signs are only $5 each
• Whippet | • German Shepherd Dog | • Greyhound | • Chihuahua | Bluetick Coonhound
• Italian Greyhound | • Australian Shepherd | • Beagle | • American Akita | • Bloodhound
• Hungarian Vizsla | • Border Collie | • Chinese Shar Pei | • Borzoi | • Czechoslovakian Wolfdog
• Pug | • Staffordshire Bull Terrier | • American Staffordshire Terrier | • Golden Retriever
• Siberian Husky | • Belgian Malinois
A Great, Big Thanks To My Customers
Did You Know...?
An estimated 5 to 7 million companion animals, from dogs to puppies and cats to kittens and even small pets such as rabbits and rodents enter animal shelters nationwide each year, and approximately 3 to 4 million of those pets are needlessly killed to make space for more unwanted, homeless animals.
Links to Informative Websites ~ Must Read!
o Petfinder | o Adopt A Pet | o Dogs In Danger
o Alley Cat Allies | o Care Feline TNR | o Feral Cat Coalition
o Neuter before Kitten Season | o Why TNR Feral Cats?
o Breeding Cats: The Facts | o I Want to Breed My Cat
o Why You Should NOT Breed Your Cat | o What to Ask a Breeder
o CFA Breeder Referral | o Irresponsible & Responsible Breeders
o Finding A Responsible Breeder | o Breeding Information
o Should I Breed My Dog? | o Cancer of the Uterus in Cats
o Ovarian Tumors in Cats | o Why Spay & Neuter
o Animal Shelter Facts | o Cat Euthanasia Facts
o Euthanasia Vs. Killing | o Cats Entering Shelters
o Educational Tools to Help Feral Cats | o Promote Humane Care
o How to Help Ferals | o Get Involved | o Spread the Word
o Myths about Shelter CATS | o Myths about Shelter DOGS
o No Kill Advocacy Center | o Shelter Reform
The Shelter Project
Tea of `TeaPhotography, a kind, caring, selfless and just an overall beautiful woman with a strong passion and love for both animals and people alike, and she is generously donating a portion of the proceeds collected from selling her photograph prints, greeting cards and stationary sets to the South Coast Humane Society where she spends a great deal of her personal and valuable time volunteering at out of the kindness of her very big heart.
Considering helping out Tea and her shelter project to benefit the animals available at the South Coast Humane Society by sharing this project with others.