Hoppy: The “Feral” Foster – Moving On Up

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

A couple weeks after Hoppy’s surgery we moved (still in the Baltimore area). Hoppy would be going from living in our home office (a large bedroom) to our new office/studio space, which was an entire floor of our new home. We acclimated him in his kennel ‘apartment’ for a day or two, then let him explore his new digs. He now has access to stairs, heated floor mats, cat trees, and more. We think he’s pretty happy with the move.

He still prefers a cardboard box to a bed. But he’s coming around.

 

 

Elizabeth

 

Elizabeth 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.