Bushfire Animals Project – Helen Potter 2017

Bird

Blue Budgie

Birds

Sun Bird pair

Bird

Baby Swamp Hen

Black Cat

One uncool black cat

Cat

Toby Black Cat

Dog

Lucy stealing the cats’ food

Goat

Do I look chubby from this profile?

Goats

Young Goat Buddies

Peeking out the gate looking for food

Goat

Natalie’s Goat

Horse

Grey Horse Falling Asleep

Hores

Favorite hand reared Horse

Hens Rooster

Happy Chooks

Dog

Active Aussie

Dog

Beautiful Blondie

Dog

Soulful Scout

Dog

Meditative Mutt!

goats

Greedy goats eating vegies

Rabbit

Friendly Bunny

Rabbit

White Bunny

Rabbits

Unfrazzled Bunny Buddies

sheep

Black faced sheep on a mission

Ram

Old Man Ram

dog

KoKo with the Eagles mascot

Hi all,

Mum Helen dropped me off for a weekend holiday with my doggie mates Bro and Bonnie at Mandurah while she spent time chatting to Yarloopians who had experienced the bushfire in 2016. She took photos of horses, goats, sheep, chooks, roosters, rabbits, cats and dogs!
These are some of the photo’s Mum took at Yarloop. Thank you to the owners for their animals’ stories
See Photos of the animals involved in the Yarloop Bushfire  also on www.facebook.com/FurryFriendsFotos.me/
Cheers KoKo and Helen

Tales of Bushfire Animals Yarloop/Waroona/Harvey

Hi all in the Waroona/Yarloop/Harvey area
My mum Helen will be in the Yarloop/Harvey area on
Friday afternoon the 21st July,
Saturday 22nd July
to take free photos of your pets and animals and to listen to your stories.
All residents whose animals were evacuated, lost, found, injured or passed away are welcome to contribute to this project.
Kids are also welcome as, with your help, I hope to have some fun twists to the blogs.

I’ll also be at the Bowling club event on the Saturday night so please introduce yourself. Please like or comment on this post or email potter.helen@iinet.net.au to express your interest. Information forms are at the Community Centre and I will post some to your One stop shop. Regards

KoKo Dancing Queen

Helen and KoKo Potter

Dog parking Signs

Hi everyone in Subiaco,

My idea for Dog parking signs has finally come to fruition. Mum Helen sold the first one this morning to Melograno’s cafe. Hurrah! We will now have somewhere

Mum Helen sold the first one this morning to Melograno’s cafe. Hurrah! We will now have somewhere

Hurrah! We will now have somewhere else to be tied to apart from rubbish bins and light poles.

Dog Parking Signs

Dog Parking Signs

We will post a more dynamic photo tomorrow.

If anyone would like to purchase please leave a message potter.helen@iinet.net.au

Cheers KoKo

KoKo’s Tips on better dog photography

  1. Photograph in natural light.
  2. Inside place your dog near a white wall within window light
  3. Clear the background of any distractions
  4. Use an aperture that creates a soft blurred background.
  5. Put a treat on top of the camera to get your dog’s attention.
  6. Ask a friend to help
  7. Get down to your pet’s level to achieve a  natural view.
  8. Use a squeaky toy, to get some eye contact.
  9. Walk your dog first to burn off excess energy
  10. Take your dog out for a big walk prior to the photo shoot, to work of fsome excess energy first.
  11. Use fabric to pad slippery surfaces.
  12. Outdoors – A high speed shot of your dog running can be dramatic. You will need an assistant to hold your dog until you are ready to call “come”

Animal Companions Party

We attended the AGM, waiting quietly for the treat we knew was coming afterwards. The Furbaby cafe had made a scrumptious cake which all us doggies were allowed to tuck into. You can see from the blue cream on our noses that not a lot went astray.

Furbaby cafe cake anxiously awaited

ACDogs KoKo

ACDogs KoKo

Teddy Serious

Teddy Serious

Pace finishing the last lick

Pace finishing the last lick

Just out of reach

Just out of reach

ACDog happy

ACDog happy

Demolishing the cake

Demolishing the cake

Teddy looking for cake

Teddy looking for cake

Dogs Leighton Beach WA

We had a lovely morning at Leighton Dog Beach today. The sun was shining and the water was crystal clear and just a pleasant temperature for my little dip. As usual

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Yogi

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A Ball Watcher

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Sammy – My playmate

there were lots and lots of doggies having fun chasing balls in and out of the ocean. I made good friends with Sammy a relative type of dog and met a 58kg dog called Yogi. Wow, he was big and black and almost seven times my size. Here are some photos my Mum took.