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Max & Norman | Miami Pet Photography

I have to christen the website with a post about my 2 cats, Max & Norman, for whom the company is named. Norman, the Tabby, is 17 years old. I got him from a friend when he was about 5. He was born in Gainesville, FL., then moved with me to 3 other cities, the last being here in Miami.

Max is the black cat. I got him about 4 years ago. I came out of work one day and some of my co-workers at my previous job had found him in the parking garage. He was only about 3 months old. I took him in and have had him ever since.











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People & Their Pets | Social Miami & Paws 4 You Rescue | January 2012

People & Their Pets is a monthly newsletter featuring 3 South Florida residents and their pets. It’s purpose is to spread the word about Paws 4 You Rescue as well as highlight the special relationship all the pet owners have with their pets. January’s issue featured renowned couture designer, Ozcar G., Jenny Starr Perez, and Suely Carmelo.

Ozcar G. is a renowned couture designer based out of Coral Gables with an elite clientele ranging from NY, to the Palm Beaches and Miami. He has a passion for nature, the outdoors and animals. He has rescued several birds and is the proud owner of Lucy, Ceci and Carito.
Pictured: Ozcar G. with Lucy, Ceci and Carito.

Jenny Starr Perez is the fashion director for Apples to Oranges Magazine, a supplement to the Wall Street Journal and New York Post, and is also a contributing stylist and writer for several publications. She holds a long-standing career as a fashion editor, including work at Plum Magazine and Niche Media (Ocean Drive and Ocean Drive Español). She has also produced and styled high-profile events, such as celebrity lounges for the Primetime Emmy Awards, American Music Awards, as well as for internationally acclaimed photographer David LaChapelle. Jenny is the proud owner of Rocky.
Pictured: Jennifer Starr Perez with Rocky.

Suely has been a volunteer for The Cat Network for the past 10 years. She feels that helping people with their animal problems has made her life complete. Suely is the proud owner of Pinky, Valentino and Adora.
Pictured: Suely Caramelo with Valentino. Valentino is deaf and blind.

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People & Their Pets | Social Miami & Paws 4 You Rescue | December 2011

People & Their Pets is a monthly newsletter featuring 3 South Florida residents and their pets. It’s purpose is to spread the word about Paws 4 You Rescue as well as highlight the special relationship all the pet owners have with their pets. December’s issue featured Mariana Cruz, Valerie Barkley de Pearson, and Jennifer Diliz.

Mariana Cruz is a dedicated animal lover, committed to donating time and money to help animals and organizations that protect and feed them. Mariana is co-partner in CruzJac Productions a television production company. CruzJac Productions is currently producing a project based on the true story of a dog that was lost by the airlines. The dog’s heartbroken owner went to Washington DC and fought to pass the “Safe Air Travel for Animals Act- S1193”. Mariana Cruz is the Chairperson for Catalyst Miami Prosperity Event 2011, which assists low income families and individuals. In addition, she contributes to the Natural Resources Defense Council in order to support the NRDC efforts to protect the gray wolves that are being killed, and the ASPCA.
Pictured: Mariana Cruz with Sugarcane.

Valerie Barkley de Pearson is a French actress who was nominated for a Cesar award for her role in The Takeover with F. Murray Abraham and Robert Hossein. She lived in Paris most of her life and has been living in Florida for the past ten years. She and her family have been living in Miami Beach surrounded by ten pets: two parrot Macaws, six cats that she rescued at shelters, and two dogs. She loves animals and she regrets that their rights are not respected well enough around the world.
Pictured: Valerie Barkley de Pearson with macaws Paris & Hector and Cocker Spaniel Kiwi.

Jennifer Diliz is a successful marketing and public relations professional who dedicates her time to community work and has a passion for animals. Jennifer is the proud owner of Cosmo and her rescued cat Bebo.
Pictured: Jennifer Diliz with Cosmo.

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People & Their Pets | Social Miami & Paws 4 You Rescue | November 2011

People & Their Pets is a monthly newsletter featuring 3 South Florida residents and their pets. It’s purpose is to spread the word about Paws 4 You Rescue as well as highlight the special relationship all the pet owners have with their pets. November’s issue featured Ana Hernandez, Sharon Maclvor, DMV, and Linda Levy Goldberg.

Ana Hernandez is the founder of Children’s Home Society Emissaries. She is a board member of Big Brother Big Sisters Women’s Committee and this year’s co-chair of the Lori Brenner Scholarship event. She is also co-chair of this year’s Special Olympics Fashion Show. Ana is the proud owner of Jack.
Pictured: Ana Hernandez with Jack.

Sharon MacIvor is the practice owner of Dadeland Animal Hospital and is “pet-mom” to Tango her Cockatoo, Juicy the Yorkie, Codie the Malti rescue and Diva Kitty Annabelle. Children and animals have a special place in her heart and she devotes personal time to homeless and elderly clients. Currently, Dr. MacIvor serves on the host committee of the Special Olympics fashion fundraiser, participates in Big Brothers Big Sisters and serves on the Board of Directors Zoo Miami.
Pictured: Sharon MacIvor with Codie and
Annabelle.

Linda Levy Goldberg is a native Miamian and holds a Master Degree in Public Administration from the University of Miami. Linda has parlayed her management background for the good of our community through philanthropy and leadership in a multitude of charitable activities. Pet rescue is close to Linda’s heart as she inherited her love of animals from her mother, Sylvia Carbonell Levy. The Goldberg’s are pet lovers and advocates.
Pictured: Linda Levy Goldberg with Miss Dixie.

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