Friday, November 27, 2009
It was inevitable. After charming her way across several states before settling into her new life in New Orleans, Annie has modeled in a fashion show, appeared in our calendar, made the local society page and inspired our first greeting card. Breaking into television was the next step.
There's still time to order for New Years! Orders received by 12/28 should arrive via Priority mail by 12/31.
The 2010 Calendar features two dozen dogs in locations all over town. (You can preview some of the photos on Facebook.) You can order it online, or pick it up at Canine Connection, Canine Culture, Petcetera, Beth's Books, Garden District Bookshop, The Transportation Revolution, 45 Tchoup, FAB, Neophobia, Snake and Jakes, Juan's Flying Burrito, Fair Grinds Coffee House.
Two holiday pawtographing events: 12/17 at The Transportation Revolution, 901 Julia, from 6-8pm; 12/19, Bywater Art Market from 9-4.
Just $18 plus $4.95 postage, with proceeds going to continue our work. You can use a credit card via the PayPal button below, or send a check to The Sula Foundation, PO Box 3780, New Orleans, LA 70117. (Or via Amazon, if that makes you more comfortable, although we earn less with Amazon sales.)
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Babe was found wandering the Lower Ninth Ward last fall after we returned from a hurricane evacuation. (He had formed a pack with the English bulldogs Harold and Maude, who we also rescued.) Babe was fostered at Zeus' Place and there he fell in love with Charity and her beagle, Hubig Pie. So, of course, they're all living together now. In this shot from our 2010 Calendar, Babe makes a very confident first visit to a bar. (And somehow manages to look twice his actual size.)
If you haven't ordered your calendar yet, get on it! And pick up a few for your family and friends too.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
When we saw this photo from our calendar photo shoot, a greeting card was born. If you ordered your calendar already, you'll find our thanks inscribed on this card. And soon you will be able to order a set of cards to send your own holiday wishes.
The cards are 5.5" x 4.25" and the inside reads "Here's to getting everything you wish for..." The back features a small photo of Annie in her Oklahoma kennel and the details of her rescue.