El Paso Artist Draws Pets at Chalk the Block — the Reason Why Will Make You Cry
Chalk The Block wowed in Downtown El Paso this weekend with artists displaying their art. One piece is not only beautiful but is raising awareness for a good cause.
The eighth annual installment of El Paso's Chalk The Block happened this past weekend, with over 200 artist beautifying Downtown El Paso. People flock to Downtown for not only the artwork, but the street vendors, musicians, dancers and more!
One of the artists participating was Jenn Wong, who is also the foster coordinator for the Humane Society of El Paso. She drew a piece of artwork that not only incorporated beauty, but also her love of animal rescue. Wong decided to draw four longtime residents of the Humane Society of El Paso.
For her artwork, Jenn Wong chose chose three dogs and one cat for the art piece. All four animals have been at the Humane Society for an extended period of time and are available for adoption now!
Little Cow is a pitiful terrier who has been in the Humane Society for 543 days. She is about three years old and very lovable. She was found wandering the streets of El Paso and rescuers hoped that her family would come claim her but no luck. She is now ready to go to her forever home!
Missy is a pitbull terrier mix that has been at the shelter for over two years, four months. She is a sweet girl but she does suffer from separation anxiety and needs someone who is patient and home a lot. She gets along with other dogs, loves playing in water and graduation from the Sheriff's Paw Academy where she learned basic obedience.
Jenelle is a pitbull terrier mix who has been at the Humane Society for over 200 days. She is an adult who is sweet and is looking for her forever home!
Kayla is a female feline who has been at the Humane Society for 150 days. She is also waiting for her forever home!
Not only did Jenn Wong do an amazing job portraying some of the beautiful animals waiting at the Humane Society for their forever homes, she also placed! She was awarded third place in the "Emerging Artist" category at Chalk The Block.
Congratulations to Jenn Wong and her amazing artwork. Beautiful with a cause.