Often times people think of a shelter as a heart wrenching and sad place to visit. This stereotype is the very reason many miss the opportunity to help make a difference for our four legged friends.
Yes, some shelters are poorly equipped to handle the enormous need in their communities, however, some focus on and consider their ‘capacity for care’ in order to prioritize and invest in their facilities to ensure they have the space, staff and programs needed to provide not just a safe place, but a happy place.
Emily Davis is a nut. She’s more of an acorn. She falls from a tree sporadically. She’ll either be harvested by a squirrel or spend time on the surface of the ground before growing into a tree of her own. Either way Davis, the acorn, has always found a way to reach an audience so entranced by her art that they often become faithful, and loyal fans as well as deeply connected friends.