We love our pets and they give us unconditional love and affection. They don't care about if we're unemployed or a CEO of a company, live on the streets or in a million dollar mansion, what color our skin is.
We start going on shopping sprees for "basic items" and usually get to the counter and when the total amount comes up, the blood drains from our faces and it’s one of those "Oops! overspent moments" then we tell ourselves that our pet is worth it.
Some times when we take pictures of our pets can be blurred or we see something else in the photo, distracts us. A pet portrait will be solely focused on your pet. It can be so realistic that you can feel the fur, and especially in portraits of cats, their loving eyes will follow the person around the room.
In case, if your pet dies, this is heartbreaking for any pet owner because we love our pets as our babies. A portrait of your pet that you have just lost, can be a reminder of how your pet was, the strange but unique way he or she looked, the way their fur laid and would never sit the way you wanted it to. How he or she used to bring mud stain on the carpet in raining season and the moment when you were having hard time find which pet odor and stains remover will work best on those stains.
It’s a personal way of remembering your pet and will bring back memories and emotions and you will smile again. We all have some type of art in our homes; it brightens up our walls, and gives a personal touch and inspires us. It tells guest what kind of person we are, our likes and dislikes.
How many homes have we gone into and looked around their pictures and photos on their walls and tables. It’s a conversation starter and an insight into other people’s lives. We have portraits our kids. And our pets or like our kids, they are part of the family, so they too should have their pictures on the wall.