My life is entwined with a non-human species called dogs, in a manner of pure blessing. Over the years, I have found simple answers or somethings-like-that, to life’s complex questions through daily living with my puppies and all the fellas I get to interact with.
For the past three years, I have had the opportunity to work with CUPA and it’s amazing team on the theme based annual calendars. Every calendar is a series of carefully captured and curated images, created over many months, and aims to spread an urgent message of love, by showcasing the wonders of the simple possibilities that are all around us. The calendar project is also an important fundraiser for CUPA, where every single penny from the proceeds goes into caring for the helpless, injured, homeless creatures. I look forward to this project each year for the light and the great learning that it brings into my life, the incredible humans involved, and of course the balls of pure joy that come with four legs. The support we have received in this regard, over the years, from you all has been so moving and on behalf of team CUPA, I’d like thank you all deeply.
I’m ever so happy to share another close-to-my-heart CUPA calendar. For the year 2014, we went with Rescue for the theme. Spanning across various rescues consisting of canines, felines and wildlife (at CUPA’s wildlife wing, WRRC), this year’s compilation of photographs pays homage to both the beautiful creatures and their caregivers – who work tirelessly to help and provide them with loving, gentle care at all times. Photographed at CUPA’s various centers around Bangalore and WRRC, the photographs express, albeit in a small way, the joys and the profound empathy that belies Rescue.
As always, I appeal to you all to join hands in this effort and spread the love. Every purchase is precious to enable the bigger cause at play. All the details for purchase of the CUPA Calendar 2014 are in this poster below. Thank you all again. xo
I’d like to dedicate this year’s calendar to our dear streetie, Browine, who we lost recently.