ARF 2009 Calendar


I had the pleasure in being asked to photograph a pet for the ARF calendar this year. I was more than happy to help out. I got to photograph Yoshi… he was a sweet boy who LOVED dried cranberries for snacks and LOVES to dig so once he settled into his little hole here, he gave me a big yawn, I caught it and that’s the one they chose to use much to my delight 🙂

Please help support this wonderful organization (ARF’s mission is to rescue stray and unwanted dogs and cats from First Nations and rural areas and place them in loving, permanent homes while providing programs to reduce pet over-population.)
This is a huge fundraiser for them and below is the link that shows you where you can purchase these really nice calendars (only $10ea) A shout out to all the other photographers who volunteered their time and Tanya for the superb work putting organizing the whole thing..I can’t wait to see who I get to photograph next year 🙂


6 responses to “ARF 2009 Calendar

  1. I recently received a calendar as a gift and I just love it. What a good cause, as the animals can not speak for themselves. Good on you for your support!!!! What a great picture.

  2. This is such a cute shot!! My family adopted a cat from ARF when I was younger, it is such a fantastic organization.

  3. what a adorable puppy, hee hee………great caption!

  4. Awesome picture! My sister adopted a 3 legged cat from AFR last year. They do a greatly needed service and are always in need of new foster & forever homes.

  5. Love this pic…it’s so awesome…love admiring your talent!

  6. Hey, I too took a picture in the calendar (March) and I loved your shot! Great job.

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