By Vicky Jenkinson
Pet Project painted the facade of the Humane Society off of Eisenhower drive on April 22. Pet Project decided to take on the repainting of the mural as a two day project.
Inside the Humane Society, there was a discount off of the adoption fee for adult dogs and cats. With SCAD students outside and the adoption fee discount, the shelter was buzzing with hopes of adoption. Friday was not just a time to unwind for the students, but the shelter was all smiles with all the attention the students seemed to be attracting. There is always a project to get involved in with either Pet Project or SOS, just check out blog.scad.edu/sos.
Rita Gilmer holds Chi while Pepe sizes up the world. Rita adopted the two chihuahuas during SCAD's Pet Project on Friday.
A students gets to work on the background of a pillar outside of the Humane Society.
A golden retriever is brought back to life as a students paints hair detail.
An assortment of paint for students to choose from.
Three students mend the mural during the second day of painting.
Happy was the overall emotion of the day.
Attention is all that is being asked for when a visitor takes some time to show affection to one of the many dogs.
Puppies enjoy putting on a show.
A litter of kittens takes it easy.
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