June 15, 2024

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The animals can be found for adoption.

Rescue canines pose at Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston. Jen Hillenga, @thewaysofthedog

Boston’s Fairmont Copley Plaza went to the canines not too long ago for a glamorous photograph shoot celebrating native rescue animals.


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In honor of Nationwide Rescue Canine Day on Monday, the historic luxurious resort hosted knowledgeable shoot with a dozen furry and scaled friends — canines, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, and a bearded dragon — who’re all up for adoption on the Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL).

The rescues took over the lavish ballrooms and a visitor room suite on the historic Boston resort, posing beneath twinkling chandeliers, beside Italian marble columns, earlier than jeweled candelabras, on lush carpets, and extra.

“As one of many nation’s most well-known pet-friendly motels, our workforce continuously thinks of the way we are able to prolong our hospitality to not solely human friends, but in addition the animal group,” Tabish Siddiquie, normal supervisor of Fairmont Copley Plaza, stated in a press release. “Our magnificent ballrooms supply a picture-perfect backdrop for them to pose in, and we have been delighted to open our gilded areas to assist shine a literal highlight on these animals who deserve a ceaselessly dwelling.”

Skilled canine portrait photographer Jen Hillenga, of @thewaysofthedog, donated her time behind the lens in an effort to assist the animals get adopted.

Rescue canine Akiro poses on the Fairmont Copley Lodge. Jen Hillenga of @thewaysofthedog

Akiro, a 4-year-old male Pitbull-type canine, has been with the ARL for six months. He’s “very candy however canine selective” wrote ARL. The ARL is waiving his adoption price. Discover out extra about Akiro.

Siblings Goose and Poppy get comfy on the Fairmont Copley Plaza. Jen Hillenga of @thewaysofthedog

Siblings Goose and Poppy, 10-week-old male golden retriever mixes, have been adopted.

Rescue canine Bo Bo on the Fairmont Copley Lodge. Jen Hillenga of @thewaysofthedog

Bo Bo, a 4-month-old Plott Hound, traveled to Boston from the South and has been adopted.

Rescue canine Corndog poses on the Fairmont Copley Lodge. Jen Hillenga of @thewaysofthedog

Corndog is a 9-year-old male Chihuahua. He got here from a house with quite a few different canines, is pleasant, easy-going and “very snuggly,” in response to the ARL. Discover out extra about Corndog.

Rescue cat Tony Stark on the Fairmont Copley Lodge. Jen Hillenga of @thewaysofthedog

Tony Stark, an 11-year-old male Bengal, was surrendered on account of allergic reactions and is “very pleasant,” in response to the ARL. This cat is bonded with the subsequent featured cat, Steve Rodgers. Discover out extra about Tony Stark.

Rescue cat Steve Rodgers on the Fairmont Copley Lodge. Jen Hillenga of @thewaysofthedog

Steve Rodgers, an 11-year-old male Bengal, is “very candy” and “wants psychological stimulation and many consideration,” in response to the ARL. This cat is bonded with Tony Stark, the earlier cat. Discover out extra about Steve Rodgers.

Rescue rabbit Persil posing on the Fairmont Copley Lodge. Jen Hillenga of @thewaysofthedog

Persil is a male 8-month-old Shorthaired Rabbit. Discover out extra about Persil right here.

Rescue rabbit Steven Spielberg at Fairmont Copley Lodge. Jen Hillenga of @thewaysofthedog

Steven Spielberg is a 1-year-old Shorthaired Rabbit. Discover out extra about Steven Spielberg.

Crikey, a bearded dragon rescue at ARL. Jen Hillenga of @thewaysofthedog

Crikey is a 1-year-old male bearded dragon. He was discovered as a stray and is “good for any unique animal lover,” in response to the ARL. Discover out extra about Crikey.

Rescue guinea pigs Luke and Drew on the Fairmont Copley Lodge. Jen Hillenga of @thewaysofthedog

Luke, left, is 9-month-old male guinea pig. Luke is “social, pleasant and wanting a house with one other guinea pig,” in response to the ARL. Discover out extra about Luke.

Drew, proper, is a 9-month-old male guinea pig who’s “on the lookout for a house with a guinea pig companion,” in response to the ARL. Discover out extra about Drew.

Drew the guinea pig on the Fairmont Copley Lodge. Jen Hillenga of @thewaysofthedog

The ARL, which has adoption companies in Boston, Dedham and Cape Cod places, helped greater than 20,000 animals in 2023.

“ARL is extraordinarily grateful to the Fairmont Copley Plaza and to Jen Hillenga for donating their time, amenities, and skills to focus on these fantastic rescue animals,” Edward Schettino, president and CEO of ARL, stated in a press release. “The Fairmont Copley Plaza is well-known for being pet-friendly, and that is a tremendous alternative to point out off the sweetness and spotlight the number of adoptable animals that ARL affords to potential adopters.”