Wanted…. Pets And Their Families
During the month of November 2019, we are looking for Pets and their Families across Australia, to be photographed for an upcoming book called “FAMILY TAILS… A Celebration of Families and their Pets”
The book will be a fundraiser for the the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. www.rspca.org.au and will be a celebration of loyalty and love, and to recognise the amazing contribution pets make into the lives of families.
To be part of this exciting fundraising initiative simply REGISTER HERE
Your $51 per family participation fee, will be forwarded in full to the RSPCA.
Our target is to raise $10,000 for the charity.
Once your registration is received, a photographer will contact you to organise a time for your complimentary photography session.
PLEASE NOTE ; The photography session can be anytime up until the end of January 2020, but you must register before the end of November 2019.
Wherever life takes you over the years, your family portraits with your pet will serve as a timeless reminder of your memories. In a fleeting single glance, family portraits can transport you to the moment when you were surrounded by family, love, and the joy of having your pet as part of your family.
Go to our Facebook Page www.facebook.com/nationalfamilypetportraitmonth
Enquiries…Email Bernie Event Co-ordinator firstname.lastname@example.org or call Bernie on Mobile +61 418 509 228
The RSPCA’s mission is to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection. To achieve this, the RSPCA works to enforce animal cruelty laws and prompt new legislation where required. The RSPCA also operates animal care and adoption facilities, and seeks to raise community awareness regarding the humane treatment of animals. In addition, the RSPCA works with government and industry to establish standards for animal care.
What Others Have Said…….
“Thanks to National Family Pet Portrait Month I finally now have some great photographs of my family, that I had been putting off having done for years. The photographs hang proudly in my home.” Pam Wright.