I know I’m on the right track when it comes to posting animal photos on Reddit.
But sometimes, when you’re working with a photo collection that’s already been shared thousands of times, you want to keep the quality low and let your creativity run wild.
In this case, I’m going to be sharing an image I’ve found that’s a great use of the space we have in the subreddit.
It’s a cute animal drawing from a pet store.
I know what you’re thinking: How could this be posted?
I’m glad you asked.
But I know there are still plenty of other images I’d like to see posted.
So instead of leaving this image up for people to post and get a laugh out of, I’ll be posting it to the subreddit for your viewing pleasure.
I’ve also put a link in the sidebar to the original post.
I’ll update this post if I get a request for more.
If you’re wondering, this image is from a Pet Store in New Jersey.
The original post I linked to was from February 2013.
It was posted as part of an article I was writing for the New Jersey newspaper about the growing number of dogs and cats being sold for profit.
It also referenced the image at the top of the article, showing a little dog and a little cat with their mouths agape in front of a sign for a petting zoo.
In the article’s title, the article says that the animals are “free to roam free of cages and cages in the public area of the Pet Store.”
The Pet Store’s owner, Robert Smith, says that while the animals were “not a breeding stock, the animals at the Pet Shop are free to roam” and that “the animals have been cared for for the past 10 years.”
And Smith added that he hopes to expand the Petstore’s presence in the area, and that he’s been working with the animal rescue group, The Pet Adoption Center of America, to help expand the pet store’s operation.
But Smith said that the Pet Adopt-a-Pet program “doesn’t want the dogs or cats being bred.
The dogs and the cats are already being kept for adoption.”
And while the Pet store’s name may be a bit of a mouthful, the fact is that they have a very specific type of pet in mind.
It may be the puppy, the kitten, the guinea pig, the dog, or even a small animal that the owner has just adopted.
And since this photo was taken in 2014, Smith has been looking for a way to showcase the puppies and kittens he has.
In October 2015, the Pet Center of California received an email from an individual asking if it would be possible for Smith to take the picture and post it to Reddit.
In response, Smith said he would “look into it” and replied that he would contact the Pet ADOPT-A-PETS website.
He told the Pet adoption center, “If we can help you in any way we will be happy to do that.”
The next day, Smith sent a photo of the dog and cat with the photo at the bottom of the page to the Pet Rescue Alliance’s Facebook page.
A month later, in February 2016, he sent the same photo to a member of the New York State Department of Health and the NYS Department of Agriculture.
In March, Smith again sent a request to Pet Rescue’s Facebook for help, this time offering to send the picture to the Animal Welfare Institute of New York, or AZI.
In an email, AZI explained that it was a group of animal rescue organizations and animal welfare groups that are currently involved in a nationwide campaign to save the lives of dogs, cats, and rabbits.
The group has received a lot of positive feedback from the public, the AZI website stated, and the campaign is currently going very well.
The photo, it seems, had already been seen more than 1,500 times on the Pet Search subreddit.
AZI asked that Smith send it to AZI’s Facebook pages.
Smith replied that AZI would send the image to AZA and AZI will post it in their Animal Care section of the website.
The following day, AZA posted the photo to its Facebook page and to its website, and said that “we are proud to have a member who shares their passion for animals and wants to help save lives.”
But Smith didn’t seem happy with the response.
He sent a letter to AZAs spokesperson saying that the group had never asked AZA for permission to post the image.
“Your actions are disrespectful of the AZA organization and their animals,” he wrote.
“You have no business asking AZA to post an image of a dog or cat that is currently being euthanized.
Your request for permission is disrespectful of AZA.”
In an interview with the New Orleans Advocate, Smith denied that the campaign had ever been about selling animals for profit, but instead said that AZ