Volunteers are needed to pull off Christmas pet photo day at the Central Alberta Humane Society this month. (Contributed image).

Volunteers are needed to take Christmas pet photos

Santa, photographers and assistants are asked to step up for fundraiser

Photographers are needed to take Christmas pet portraits for the Central Alberta Humane Society.

Anyone interested in capturing cute pet images for the fundraiser on Nov. 16, 17 or 18 is asked to step up and volunteer for what should be a festive day.

“This is a really fun event to be a part of. You’ll meet a ton of adorable pets all decked out for their annual holiday photo,” say humane society organizers.

Photo assistants, registration people and line support volunteers are also needed over the weekend. Please email volunteer@cahumane.com with the days and times you are available.

The society is also looking for Santa to come pay a visit on Nov. 17 from 9:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. (He will get breaks and treats).

“We know he is very busy this time of year, but if you know (of a Santa), please let him know we need a volunteer on Sunday and his outfit will be provided,” say event organizers.

“Santa should be comfortable with animals and kids.”

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