Do you love animals and the Northwest? DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital wants to see your best photographs fitting our “pets in the city” contest theme.
If you’re a Portland native (or transplant), we expect to see some dogs with mustaches and raincoats, more than a few birds, and spoiled cats peering passively through rain-drenched windows.
If you don’t live in Portland, we won’t hold it against you, but we will insist that you submit shots that capture the human-animal bond in a way that’s unique to the city you call home. Feel free to incorporate signature landmarks, popular local hangouts, and quirky cultural references into your photos.
Benefiting: DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital
Established in 1973 and based in Portland, Ore., DoveLewis is the only nonprofit, 24-hour emergency and intensive care unit in the region. DoveLewis provides donor-funded programs to the community, including one of the United States’ largest volunteer-based animal blood banks, a nationally recognized pet loss support program, 24-hour stabilizing care for lost, stray and wild animals and financial assistance for qualifying low-income families and abused animals.