Sunday, November 6, 2011

310/55

Many towns and cities have a local humane society. Ours is different from many others. Not only do they treat and house dogs, cats and other domestic animals, but they care for sick, neglected, and abused exotics, wildlife, farm animals and birds. Each of God’s creatures been rescued from suffering, exploitation and/or death - each has its own unique story to tell.

At three months of age, Sandy and her sister Candy were legally shipped, in a suitcase, to New Jersey. Luckily, these lovely girls were discovered at Newark airport and taken to the zoo where they have lived and grown into beautiful ladies.

4 comments:

snapshots2011 said...

Is the vignetting from you or the fence? Either way- I like the dreamy effect it gives the picture- you're right- each of those animals has their own story to tell. Can't wait to go see the tortoises!

Lauri said...

She looks completely content in her new "larger" home. There must have been a surprised agent when they opened that suitcase. :)

Kimberly said...

Beautiful photo of a beautiful animal!

elizabeth said...

So beautiful!! I would love to photograph them