The quirky antics of some of Ireland’s best-loved celebrity pets are revealed in a special Petography exhibition that captures what the country’s A-list pets get up to when their famous owners are not at home. The exhibition opens at Filmbase in Dublin’s Temple Bar from the 15th to 28th June and entry is FREE.
The project has been organised by Universal Pictures Ireland to celebrate the release of The Secret Life of Pets, which opens in Irish cinemas from 24th June. The portraits below that featured in the Petography exhibition are available for auction today with full proceeds going to the ISPCA.
The ISPCA is delighted to partner with Universal Pictures Ireland on such a fun and light hearted project. The exclusive portraits captured by well-known photographer Lili Forberg are available through our on-line auction to raise funds to support our work. You can help the ISPCA by purchasing one of these exclusive prints enabling us rescue more animals from cruelty and nurse them back to health. They also make great gifts for the animal lover in your life.
The ISPCA is Ireland’s National Animal Welfare Charity fighting animal cruelty, abuse and neglect. We are in receipt of approximately 10% government funding annually with the rest of our vital funds being raised through initiatives like these with committed animal lovers and animal welfare campaigners from all walks of life.
Corporate partnerships provide a fantastic fun way to support our important work rescuing, rehabilitating and responsibly rehoming abused and abandoned horses, dogs and cats amongst other animals. You will be helping make a real difference to the lives of thousands of vulnerable animals who are living in cruel and neglectful circumstances. We are always need support so thank you so much Universal Pictures Ireland, to all our amazing celebrities and of course their pets!
The one-off A2 size gold framed portraits (54cm x 75cm) will be available after the exhibition on 27th June. To read the full press release, please visit http://www.ispca.ie/news/