HSWCs Look Book project | austin pet photographer | mollie kendall photography

I’m so excited to finally be able to share a project I helped with last month for the Humane Society of Williamson County! The Look Book project is set up to continually feature the longest residents of the animal shelter in an effort to find them their very own forever homes. Puppies and Kittens come and go and often the older animals are overlooked. People think that they must be there because they have behavior issues or medical problems. This is not always the case. They lose their homes and end up at the shelter for many different reasons… most of them having nothing to do with problems the dog/cat has, but rather with those of the person or family surrendering them.  Some become homeless because their first owners do not have enough time for them, a change in work schedule, a new baby, need to move to a place where pets are not allowed, allergies… The list goes on.  I have to tell you that it is really hard for me to walk out of the shelter without some of these animals every time I visit.  They are the sweetest and really long for a warm and loving home. If you need a pet, please consider adoption.  I personally have 3 shelter animals and they were the best decision I ever made ♥

You can read in more detail about each of the animals below in The Look Book on the shelters website.

Austin Pet Photographer
Humane Society of Williamson County photographer
HSWC pet photos by Mollie Kendall Photography
adoption pictures by mollie kendall





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teri mason - OMG Mollie, these are incredible. I want every single one of them!! We are looking at adopting again soon, and I will definitely consider an older dog!!

Wanza Berry - Oh, Mollie. That is all I have to say. These photos defy words. Do they have an award for Best Donation of Talent? If they do, I will vote for you a million times!

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