Photo credit: Charlotte Reeves Photography
The jolly man in red will be taking time out of his busy schedule at the North Pole this year to meet with some of Moreton Bay’s best behaved fur babies when he drops by Peninsula Animal Aid (PAA) this month.
Santa will be appearing at the Clontarf shelter on Saturday, November 26 where he will pose for photographs with families and their beloved dogs and cats in a beautiful new studio from 8am-1pm.
Bookings for the Santa Paws photos are essential and must be booked online. You can reserve your spot by clicking here.
Charlotte Reeves Photography will be snapping the pictures again this year and North Pole Projects will ensure Santa will be ready and waiting to give lots of pats and cuddles to his furry friends.
A spokesperson for PAA said “these high-quality photos are great to give to family and friends for Christmas or you can buy a digital copy to share on social media. They also make great mementos for yourself.”
The base cost of $30 includes one 5x7" printed image in a portrait card.
Add on options are available including receiving a digital image, large groups, pack of five prints, postage and handling, plus your choice to make an extra donation to PAA.
This year PAA will also have an art gallery containing beautiful works of art by Judy McPartland. Those pieces will be for sale on the day, and will make beautiful additions to your home, or wonderful Christmas presents
In addition, the PAA hydrobath will be operating, and there will also be the chance to buy some cute bandanas, Christmas baubles for your dog or cat, yummy homemade pet treats from Cookie Lane and more.
PAA is a not-for-profit organisation and registered charity. The Santa Paws photo day is an important fundraiser which helps enable PAA to continue to care for and rehome stray and surrendered cats and dogs.
PAA is located at 313 Duffield Rd, Clontarf.
For more information, visit peninsulaanimalaid.com.au or phone the office on 3284 1927.
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