Pet Portraits by Local Youth

C.A.R.E.4Paws is proud to partner with the amazing youth at the United Boys & Girls Club in Lompoc to provide wonderful portraits of all types of pets, while raising critical funds our critical work. This includes our youth program, Paws Up For Petswhich promotes compassion and accountability for animals and inspires empathy in our community as a whole.

 

The youth work very hard on the pieces and not only do they have fun, but they feel a strong sense of achievement in the process. Order your portrait today and who knows? You may help inspire a future artist! 

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​Send a clear, close-up photo of your pet to wendy@care4paws.org and we will enlist one of our talented artists to create a portrait just for you. Portraits cost $50, or make a donation of choice to support our work in Santa Barbara County: 
 

  • $50 will help pay for one child to participate in our Paws Up For Pets program

  • $75 supplies food for one pet for three months

  • $100 pays for one spay/neuter surgery in C.A.R.E.4Paws' mobile veterinary clinic 

  • $125 sponsors a dental surgery or mass removal for a pet in need in the mobile clinic


Paintings will be done on 11 X 14 canvases and you will receive your signed artwork along with a brief note from (and about) your artist within up to five weeks. 

Click on the below link to make a payment and choose Pet Portraits from the scroll-down list. We will receive your address and contact information through the payment form. 

Paws Up For Pets Youth Pet Project
Paws Up For Pets Youth Pet Project

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Photo May 12, 5 16 10 PM
Photo May 12, 5 16 10 PM

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Paws Up For Pets Youth Pet Project
Paws Up For Pets Youth Pet Project

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Paws Up For Pets Youth Pet Project
Paws Up For Pets Youth Pet Project

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Says Lompoc's Club Director De’Vika Stalling: "This amazing idea from C.A.R.E.4Paws is a timely godsent collaboration during such a dark time, not only for our nation but our kids and their social emotional wellbeing. This project has been so therapeutic to our members. It brings them so much joy, while providing them an opportunity to self-express through their artwork and bring happiness by way of their portraits to all of the gracious donors."