Posts Tagged ‘Cat’

Adopt a Pet!

Saturday, April 16th, 2011

Here are some of the amazing animals that are for adoption at Tri-County Technical College!

Adoption Day is Wednesday, April 20th from 2:00-6:00pm at Halbert Hall on Tri-County Tech’s Pendleton campus.

The Adoption fee is only $45 which includes a microchip and registration!

Cats for Adoption | Greenville, SC | Anderson, SC | Clemson, SC | Spartanburg, SC | Davey Morgan Photography

The dogs are trained with basic commands on a gentle leader head collar and socialized with many people.  The cats are handled constantly for socialization and enjoy play time together.  All animals have been spayed or neutered, received current vaccinations, dewormed and checked for heartworms or feline leukemia.

Dogs for Adoption | Greenville, SC | Anderson, SC | Clemson, SC | Spartanburg, SC | Davey Morgan Photography

For more information, contact Ashley Brady at 864-646-1547.

Click here to see the rest of the animals!

Please spread the word and help us find good homes for these deserving animals.

 

 

 

Pumpkin Carving and Light Writing

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

Drew and Marissa carved some awesome Halloween pumpkins! I documented the event.

At Erskine College we had the tradition to carve pumpkins and then put them on Little River and take pictures of them. Since we are in Greenville now, we put them on Reedy River at Falls Park! Drew did his fancy light writing also.

Here is Drew’s pumpkin with the face of Martin Luther

Greenville, SC Event Photographer | Davey Morgan Photography

On fire! Not really.

Greenville, SC Event Photographer | Davey Morgan Photography

Dancing lights!

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Happy Halloween!

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Pumpkin carving extraordinaire, Marissa, carved this awesome dragon breathing fire!

Greenville, SC Event Photographer | Davey Morgan Photography

“What’s that light?”

Greenville, SC Event Photographer | Davey Morgan Photography

Ting Ting decided to jump in the pumpkin? *Notice: No cats were harmed in the making of this photo. Creative lighting methods were used and not an open flame. 🙂 He he.

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Frankie was trying to show us his scary Halloween face!

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Foster Kittens

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

The Greenville Humane Society needed somebody to foster these adorable kittens while they found a mommy kitty willing to take them in. We had the three orphans for about four days and loved it! They were about ten days old, just opening their eyes and ears!

Greenville, SC Animal and Pet Photographer | Davey Morgan Photography

This little lady was the runt of the litter. They almost don’t look like cats when they’re this young!

Greenville, SC Animal and Pet Photographer | Davey Morgan Photography

This little guy loved to snuggle!

Greenville, SC Animal and Pet Photographer | Davey Morgan Photography

My favorite, the healthiest one, reminded me of a cheetah! Look at the cute little “M” on his forehead! His little ears flapped when he suckled!

Greenville, SC Animal and Pet Photographer | Davey Morgan Photography

Greenville, SC Animal and Pet Photographer | Davey Morgan Photography

Greenville, SC Animal and Pet Photographer | Davey Morgan Photography

Taking care of orphan kittens is a big responsibility, not a decision to be taken lightly. They have to be fed every few hours, and because they are so young, they can’t go to the bathroom on their own. Their mom will lick them to encourage them to go…we used cotton balls. This has to be done at every feeding, and then they need to be cleaned and kept in a warm area. Unfortunately, orphan kittens don’t always make it, because they lack the necessary antibodies to fight off common illnesses. Normally the mother’s milk would provide this for them. Luckily for these guys, another mommy kitty was willing to take them in, and they’ll have a much better chance of growing up, and finding a forever home!