Yes, you read that right. Last week I went to the Wake County Animal Shelter (WCAC) to take pictures of dogs for my own personal benefit. I just needed to get in there with pups that needed a bright shiny picture and a skritch under their chin.
Rugar (ID: 122221)
Look into those eyes.
He is beautiful; a greyhound mix just nine months old and surrendered by his owners. He needs someone to take their time with him – let him come to you.
Henna (ID: 122222)
Isn’t she beautiful?
Another sweetheart surrendered at five years old. She a retriever/border collie mix who weighs in at around 73 pounds. She already knows “sit” and took treats very gently.
Cash (ID: 122298)
The wiggle butt of the night.
He had been out in the play yard, but he was still full of that puppy energy and just a darling.
Sophie (ID: 122380)
Sophie is the one that breaks your heart. She’s a 10-year-old border collie/Aussie mix whose owner passed away. I just took a couple of quick snaps that night ‘cause she was too stressed out for any comfort.
As always, you can learn more about all the sweeties needing homes by going to the WCAC Adoption Gallery web page and browsing all those adorable mugs. You’ll find out particulars and some insights in their bios.
The WCAC is open seven days a week from noon to 6:00 PM. Stop by and find the love of your life.