|Born on the Streets.|
The animals with good homes are lucky, the one's who have to fend for themselves in an urban city full of cars, buildings and possible abusive weirdos, less lucky. I'm a strong supporter of adoption and giving abandoned animals a home, they'll stay really loyal, trust me on this one. I do not, however, support buying pets from the pet stores.
|A Re-homed Labrador.|
|This pretty calico was really posing for me.|
|Look at those eyes!|
Christmas is fast approaching and I really do hope people don't start going to the pet stores with the intention of buying a puppy or a kitten as a gift for someone who isn't ready for that kind of commitment that a pet demands. Often, children and busy families are not ready for the needs of a pet and they end up on the streets or dumped somewhere, Note to parents: Dumping another life because it becomes an inconvenience is probably not a good lesson to teach your children. They might do the same when you become an old 'inconvenience'.
The pictures in this post are mostly of strays, ex strays or re-homed pets that I've met over the past couple months and aren't camera shy. Tell me these guys aren't beautiful! Well, you know what, don't. I'll say you're insane and unfriend you on facebook.
|Waiting to cross the road.|
|As his owner, You're all he's got.|
|Call of the wild.|
|His bigger brother. (this guy isn't a stray, he's a real wold one (I didn't take this picture)|
|This Dog has eyebrows! A stray in a new loving home.|
|Mixed breeds are handsome too|
|She's one of the friendliest strays I've ever met.|
|I've never met a stray as playful as her.|
|She was very shy, this one.|
|Regal looking stray male, looked intimidating but was pretty curious of my camera|
|My ex- abandoned/ abused friend, he's the most loyal and obedient dog I know.|
|Mixed breed and proud of it.|