Did you know that ferrets are illegal in California? Or that stray, neighborhood cats are returned* to their place of origin after the shelter spays/neuters, vaccinates, and microchips them? Or that releasing your unwanted chicken into an existing, feral flock usually results in them being pecked to death? I suppose I didn’t need to know any of that to donate my photography services to the Bradshaw Animal Shelter, but I found the information in the volunteer orientation fascinating all the same.

Vest, J Crew. Shirt, Mossimo (thrifted). Tank, Old Navy. Skirt, Forever 21 (consignment). Boots, Vince Camuto. Hat, Who What Wear for Target. Bag, vintage.

*As long as the animal seems to have a reliable food source and hasn’t been abandoned. Plenty of friendly, homeless cats happily live out their lives in residential areas. This was probably the most interesting fact, to me. Basically, cats are treated like the wild animals they almost are. I can assure you that Sacramento has no shortage of rats for them to eat!

February 10, 2017

Kasmira Kit


  1. Cindy Jett

    February 14, 2017

    Can you clarify that you are referring to FERAL cats? I wouldn’t want anyone unfamiliar with cats to think a pet cat would be safe or healthy dumped on the street.

    • Kasmira Kit

      February 14, 2017

      Not feral cats.

  2. Jenny Groce

    February 16, 2017

    Valentines day outfit pictures please

    • Kasmira Kit

      February 16, 2017

      Coming soon! The blog is usually 2 days behind real time.

    • c

      April 5, 2017

      bad for the birds and amphibians 🙁

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