No one knows why she decided to become an artist. She was a runaway with no formal training. She wasn't interested in the portraits that the woman who adopted her painted. Her only talent was chasing after anything that moved.
But something changed for Velcro when the Georgetown Animal Shelter needed help.
Read the rest of the story by Claire Osborn for the Austin American-Statesman.
Velcro's work will be for sale at the Art for Animals fundraising event that will feature silent and live auctions of art and other treasures, including a variety of chocolate desserts.
Last year’s event was a huge success for Georgetown Animal Shelter, raising almost $15,000. Community members and local artists donated dozens of pieces, and shelter cats and dogs also created some eye-catching art.
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