Category Archives: Projects

Rescued Exhibition: Molly and Ned | Helen, Ron and Anne | Dementia and company

Molly and Ned are an inseparable mother and son. Three years ago, Pets Without Partners Animal Rescue Inc received an email from a nurse at the Redland Hospital to say that a mother cat had been dumped at the hospital, along with her litter of three kittens, heavily pregnant with the next. Two volunteers spent…

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Rescued Exhibition: Charlie and Maximus | Olivia and Mike | Getting out of a rut

Charlie and Maximus are 16 month old brothers, rescued from Little Legs Dog & Cat Rescue Qld. It is believed their mother was abandoned when her owner found out she was pregnant. Little Legs took her in and then adopted out her litter. After a meet and greet at the rescue volunteer’s house, Olivia and Mike decided they…

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Rescued Exhibition: Valentino | Katrina | Stressful new job

Valentino was a stray kitten brought into Monier Vet where Katrina worked as a vet. Somebody found him in their yard, abandoned by his mother. He was very sick and hungry, and worst of all, one of his back legs had been bitten off so he had an exposed stump. He was brought into the…

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Rescued Exhibition: Guest post by Tootsie

A question I get asked a lot is “isn’t it difficult photographing animals?” or “how did you get them to sit still?”, the answers are “it can be difficult, but that’s the challenge and reward!”and “they usually don’t sit still, I just have a lot of patience!”. Not all the photo shoots for ‘Rescued’ went…

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Rescued Exhibition: Tootsie | Dee | Grief

Tootsie is a Tabby of unknown age, picked up during the 2011 Brisbane floods. She was in foster care with Pets Without Partners Animal Rescue Inc.  for a year before Dee adopted her and it was love at first sight for both of them. Tootsie gets quite clingy when it’s raining, possibly a result of…

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  • Chantal McKinlay29 April, 2016 - 10:24 pm

    I love these photos, so natural and show the real Tootsie and how much Dee cares for her.ReplyCancel

  • Rachel Bee30 April, 2016 - 1:01 am

    You may not have got many photos but the ones you did get are just beautiful.ReplyCancel