Homeless dogs

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  1. saulmr

    saulmr TPF Noob!

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    These guys live in a trailer warehouse close to my house. My wife and I feed them so they are not too skinny. If we could, we would take them in with us... poor guys. They are very docile and I was able to play with them while I took these portraits.... I hope you like them.

    Comments and critique are welcome!
     
  2. JonMikal

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    very sad. it's a good thing you and your wife are doing.

    nice captures.
     
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    that second shot just rips your heart out....ya'll are killing me with the sad animals... i love the shots, though, dont get me wrong...good job!

    and i commend what your doing to help..... (they say thanks....)

    i hate to see animals hurting... or just not loved.... thats probably worse..
     
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    NIce shots. Thank you for doing what you are doing and feeding them.
    But the second pic, makes me wanna come get them.
     
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    A little bit of attention and food goes a long way towards making an animal's circumstances better. :) It's hard to see, but as long as they have each other they can keep each other warm. And some food and play always helps.

    Kudos to you for helping as you can. The fact that they're docile is proof that they appreciate your kindness and friendship. :)
     
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    I agree, its a great thing that you both are doing, the 2nd one really is a heartbreaker. We rescued our dog, so I can understand how you feel!
     

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