We want your pet photos!

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Fur Kids Foundation wants you to get your best photo of your pet and enter it into our 2020 Pet Photo Contest! If your pooch has that special pizzazz, or your cat has style—or, if you have any other glamorous pet—you’ve gotta give them a chance to be on the cover of Fur Kids Foundation’s 2021 Pet Calendar.

The Contest begins on Saturday, August 1 at 8 am MT, and will run through Monday, August 31 at 8 pm MT. We have a goal to make $5,000; will you help us get there?

​Here are some more details:
  • Entries are FREE; votes are $1 each. And the photo with the most votes earns the coveted spot on the cover of the 2021 Pet Calendar, and the month of their choice. Any participant who raises more than $20 on their pet photo will have a spot in the 2021 Pet Calendar.
  • Photos should contain pets only--birds, cats, chickens, dogs, ferrets, fish, guinea pigs, gerbils, goats, horses, lizards, pot belly pigs, rabbits, reptiles, snakes, among others—no people (humans) in the photo.
  • Images should be at least 1500 x 1200 dpi, or 1 MB in size.
  • Participants can reserve a calendar day for $10 and guarantee to have their pet's photo in the calendar on a specific day.
  • Participants are encouraged to pre-order a calendar for $15 (cost of shipping included). A limited supply of calendars will be ordered this year, and calendar prices increase after the contest!
All contest rules can be found here.
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Check out our just launched face masks, pet hoodies, sweatshirts and Tees!

Prices range from $10.50-$12.50 for masks and $22.99-$45.99 for shirts. Check out the design options here >>>

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Your donation helped save these lives!

Say hello to Jello, a 6-year-old Yorkie/Chihuhua mix breed dog. Jello was an unaltered pup, meaning that she wasn’t spayed, and unfortunately that led to her to getting pyometra, and infection of the uterus that is a life threatening condition that must be treated promptly! Her mom applied to Fur Kids Foundation, and we were happy to help. Read more >>>
This is Lucky, a 6-month-old Calico kitten. And like most kittens, Lucky has some spunk and is a tad mischievous. Lucky’s mom did the responsible thing and had her spayed to prevent unnecessary litters of kittens. Unfortunately, afterward, Lucky licked her spay incision open. So, her mom applied to Fur Kids Foundation for help with Lucky’s emergency visit. Read more >>>
Many people have been laid off in Campbell County, due to changing national and worldwide energy needs and wants, and due to COVID-19 and its effects on our national and state economy. Fur Kids Foundation has seen an uptick in families with pets who need help when their pet gets hurt or ill unexpectedly.  Read more stories of the pets you've helped stay healthy and with their families on the Success Stories page
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