I ordered two of her prints a couple of weeks ago. I am so excited to receive them!
Too wonderful! All except the raccoon (although have to admit looks adorable). my folks had one inhabit their attic in their home. It literally tore off siding, and roofing, causing great damage. It hissed at us and about sent us all into cardiac arrest. Sharons definitely a talented photographer.
That little porcupine is the cutest pin cushion ever!! And I swear that piglet is smiling :)
I know, I know! I can. NOT. get over that little piglet. THE cutest thing ever & I wish he/she was mine :) xoMelis
Oh YUMMY CUTE! I just posted and am sending a little Beefy Love your way:) I LOVE your blog and you keep finding the stuff I crave, these little babies are darling and I cannot wait to show my little animal lovin girls.xoLaurel
too adorable! love the picture of the dog =)
O-M-G! Soooo CUTE! Thank you for this post! ;)
Oh wow. I need that piglet badly.
i want the piglet..i even love saying the word piglet!
I have a lot of empty wall space that is wanting to adopt all of these little cuties!goodness gracious cute!
im the lil piggy and u are the spikey one! lol
Sharon Montrose's exploitation of animals supposedly living in sanctuaries and small zoos is absolutely appalling. I can't think of even one rescue organization who would "loan out" animals for a photo shoot, especially for a for-profit situation. It shocks me that people aren't appalled by Sharon's unethical animal treatment. The whole animal-as-decor trend should never override the importance of protecting animal rights.
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