Please meet Romeo. My newest foster cat, a 5 year old Seal Point Birman. The moment I laid eyes on him I felt an immediate connection to him. He was not only absolutely gorgeous, but looked almost identical to the first cat I had after moving out of my parents home and into my first condo. Mufasa, a Ragdoll  kept me company when I was living alone. He provided me with so much joy, love and laughter. Seeing Romeo brought back all those wonderful and comforting memories of Mufasa. Mufasa passed away 2 years ago after being with me for 16 years. When I look at Romeo, I’m in love all over again. Yes, he is beautiful, but as I get to know his amazing personality I’m finding it even harder to imagine letting him go. He’s so laid back and friendly.  Nothing is confirmed and I still want to get to know him a little bit longer while I’m fostering him. I hadn’t planned on adding a cat to our household anytime soon. But… some things might be meant to be.

Seal Point Birman

 

This was Mufasa… yes, sadly I have no good pictures of him. This was taken before my photographic journey.

Mitted Seal Point Ragdoll

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  • Erika - Romeo is gorgeous!

Diana brought Stevie to me for her “glamour shots”.  I have never seen “comb over” ears like this before! LOL  She is just so precious and was so comfortable in front of the camera. I couldn’t get enough of her.  When Stevie gets excited, her ears flop outward so she had to be totally relaxed to capture this very unique look of hers, which was super important to mom. She also wanted to capture her adorable underbite, so it was important there was little to no panting during the session. Honestly, it wasn’t hard at all… she made herself right at home 🙂  Love this girl!

Stevie was adopted in 2011 from Legacy Boxer Rescue. If you’d like a Boxer, please consider adopting from Legacy or your local Boxer Rescue.

White Boxer with underbiteWhite boxer with brown eye and mouth openBoxer in pink scarffemale boxer in green scarfFemale boxer on blue couch

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  • tamsen - heehee, what a cutie! I can totally see why ‘mom’ would want this captured- what a unique little quirk! I love it! Great job Jenny!

  • Meredith - Omg….those ears….love love LOVE them!!!

  • Diana Tilton - Thank you again Jenny for capturing “Stevie” at her cutest. I will treasure these the rest of my life.

  • Sharon Sleighter - As the person who pulled Stevie from the shelter and drove her midway to her new foster home, I tease Diana that I should have “kept driving” with that one. She’s a Keeper for sure. Love Stevie, absolutely stunning photos and she has the best parents ever. 🙂 Thank you Jenny for all you do for Legacy and dogs every where.

Wishing you all a wonderful Thanksgiving.

I hope you all are surrounded by the ones you love,

whether it be family, friends, or your little furry ones!

fawn Pug closeup

(Above image taken with my Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II and Canon 50mm 1.4 lens. Settings were ISO 200, f/1.4 with shutter speed 1/400 taken outdoors in natural light.)
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  • Lindsay Koehler - Jenny, you know my heart is always with pugs! Love this and all your art with these precious dogs!

I was so excited to photograph in downtown Dallas at the new Klyde Warren Park, which had just opened up the weekend before this session. Not only was the park totally beautiful, but the family I photographed was too!!

I adore King Charles Cavalier Spaniels and these two were just as charming as they were gorgeous!

Couple with CavaliersFamily photo session at Klyde Warren ParkKing Charles Cavalier SpanielsDogs at Klyde Warren ParkKing Charles Cavalier in Downtown Dallas

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  • Valerie Ward - These pictures are wonderful! And those 2 doggies? I LOOOVE them! I didn’t know you had a blog; I’ll be joining for sure!

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