Hoppy: The “Feral” Foster – Photo Catch up

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals.

There were some days and milestones that didn’t warrant a whole post, but are worth mentioning.

I mentioned Hops tends to poop when he’s in his carrier–below is a photo of his bathing tolerance. He just kind of goes limp until you tell him you’re done.

On May 10th Hoppy sat “kind of” on my lap for the first time. He edged up to me and plopped down on my leg. It was a good day.

After that he started getting a lot more forward in asking for pets. He would jump up on our chairs–and he REALLY started talking to get our attention. And by this time his weight was almost 11 lbs.

Post poop bath.

Post poop bath.

Some Instagram Moments

Some Instagram Moments

Where Hoppy spends 95% of his day--in his bowl.

Where Hoppy spends 95% of his day–in his bowl.


Ella Putsché is the executive director of Photographers for Animals.
Recognizing the impact and influence imagery can have on an audience to
take action, she founded Photographers for Animals to promote animal
issues and to help organizations utilize opportunities for photography and film.