This contest is so popular, and this animal shelter so engrained in its community, that more than 200 Long Island and NYC students submitted artwork for consideration.
Bideawee’s Art Expo displayed drawings, paintings, sculptures, and more from every first- through eighth-grader who submitted to the contest. High school students submitted photography to be considered in Bideawee’s online contest. The contest’s mission of community involvement is similar to Bideawee’s mission of creating services such as adoption centers, animal hospitals, pet therapy programs and pet memorial parks: to connect pets and pet lovers on their lifelong journeys.
“We’ve been hosting the Love Your Pet Art Contest for eleven years now and we look forward to showcasing the talented artwork and photography of local pet lovers for many more years to come,” said Amy Brostoff, Bideawee’s director of marketing. “We appreciate all the students that participated in the contest this year and the public who voted on the winning artwork and photography.”