CARE kicks off ‘Pet-Casso’ contest

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Posted 6/2/21

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CARE kicks off ‘Pet-Casso’ contest

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Do you think your pet is talented? Maybe he or she is the next Picasso or Renoir?

Now’s your chance to show off their talent! Chatham Animal Rescue and Education (CARE) is looking for pet artists with a Pet-Casso contest. CARE is asking pet owners to go to the CARE website at www.chathamanimalrescue.org to watch the instructional videos to see how to get your pet to paint a picture for the contest. All you need is some paper, a gallon-sized plastic sealed bag, some acrylic paints and something your cat or dog will lick off the top of the plastic to get them to spread the paint around. Then, take a photo of your pet’s creation and upload it to the website.

Entries will be accepted through June 11. Starting on June 12-26 get your friends and family to vote for your entry from CARE’s fundraising site. Each vote is a $10 donation to CARE!

The winning entry will have their artwork hung in Liquidambar Gallery and Gifts in downtown Pittsboro and will be featured in a CARE newsletter.

 

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