Practucally Purrfect Pet Portraits is back at the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society.

It's been three years since this amazing fundraiser took pace to help furry friends in need. And this beloved fundraiser is back and better than ever! A fun and light-hearted event, GAHS matches volunteer artists with submitted pet photos, and portrait magic is made.

The surprise comes when the portraits are unveiled! You never know if you matched with a professional artist or an artist wannabe? Your volunteer artist could be an aspiring graphic designer, or an elementary school child who did their best crayon rendition. You never know what you’ll get, but every portrait is made with love, and helps fund the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society.

How do I get my awesome pet in a portrait?

It's only a $25 donation that covers a portrait with one pet randomly assigned to a volunteer artist. Your final portrait will come to you either in a digital or physical form, depending on the artist’s medium. This is such a loving way of honoring your furry best friend and helping such a great cause. Just order your portrait here.

Can I be a volunteer artist?

They are still accepting volunteer artists! You do not need any experience or skill, but simply the excitement to take your best shot and to participate in a meaningful fundraiser that will generate needed funds for GAHS shelter pets. Just sign up here!

Help the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society in the most fun way, by getting a portrait done of your pet! Sign up today!

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