As many of you know, Nashville experienced unprecedented flooding this past weekend. It feels utterly surreal and like an unending nightmare. Fortunately, the sun has started to shine and our great city awaits the water to recede. We experienced water damage here, but are faring well compared to much of the city. (Everything to do with Adrian Hitt Photography is safe.) Due to the high waters, thousands of people and their pets have been displaced. If you are looking for places to go with your pets or even ways to help those who have been affected, check out this valuable resource by Nashville Paw. In addition, Nashville Humane Association is working with local authorities to house the evacuated animals. They currently need kennels, towels, blankets and newspapers. You may drop those items off at their facility on Oceola Avenue.
The Nashvillest has been a fantastic resource on keeping all of us up-to-date on the flood happenings. If you’re looking for ways to help and/or donate in Nashville, check out their list of resources to help flood victims.
We are closed today as we put our place back together, but everyone stay safe and stay dry! And if you are able, I know help is greatly appreciated.
Adrian Hitt is a nationally recognized, award-winning dog photographer who creates modern, playful works of art. Her interest in dog photography is founded in her desire to celebrate and encourage the deep bond that develops between human and animal, parent and dog. In her free time, she photographs dogs awaiting adoption at local rescues and shelters. Her proudest moment? Spending everyday with the inspiration behind her career – Benny a charming -and perfect- lab mix rescue. Adrian lives in Nashville, Tennessee and travels nationwide to photograph America’s beloved pets.