As volunteers, we wish to provide a website that can offer our
community and the animal volunteers alike a place to
learn about each other, our activities, achievements and
unite us as a universal group that share a compassion for animals.
PAWnote Pawzitive Prints is a free website and
the content of this site is not a part of any
organization. We are solely shelter volunteers. Any opinions expressed on Pawzitive Prints
are intended to be ours alone unless they are
specifically cited as otherwise.
Welcome to Pawzitive
This website was created
by shelter volunteers
put a new concept together in hopes of
connecting with fellow shelter volunteer photographers
all over the country.
Pawzitive prints was designed for
volunteer photographers to freely showcase there
wonderful photo memories after their furry
friends have moved on to their forever
home. Our desire
and objective is to share, and
recognizing each others love for animals
and learn more about each others and our home
We invite all you animal
lovers to browse the
collection of photos by
talented volunteer pet
photographers wishing to
share their photo memories
with us. We invite you to
learn a little about us as
we come to know each other
and how we all came to be
volunteers through our
common love of animals.
If you are a volunteer pet
photographer, you know the
joy you feel when you get
that "Pawzitive Print" that
captures the heart and soul
of our four legged friends.
This website is dedicated to
all the shelter animals, for
all the unconditional love
they give to all of us and
for giving us a moment to
share with them before they
are off to their new forever
the SPCA say about us?
Photographers please join us!
Why should I
• Acquire new techniques from
• Uniting our community and
world through a common love of
animals & photography
• Motivating each other through
images and ideas.
Better photos mean more adoptions
Cats and cat lovers
converge for "The Cat Party", a 1st of its kind!
Photographer Vickie Holt shows off her famous "Kitty
Studio", talking about how quality photographs of
animals in shelters increases the amount of animal
adoptions occurring. Cat treats. Cat portraits. Cats
roaming, dozing, watching. Presented by Roanoke Public