Sunday, May 22, 2022

Williamsburg Artist Donates Paintings to Local Shelter

Carolee Vitaletti presents just some of her beautiful pet-themed masterpieces to Kimberly Laska, executive director of Heritage Humane Society as a donation for the expanded facility. (Courtesy of Heritage Humane Society)

WILLIAMSBURG — The Heritage Humane Society (HHS) had beautiful artwork donated by the artist to put on the walls of its newly expanded facility.

The colorful portraits of cats and dogs made and donated by Williamsburg artist Carolee Vitaletti will soon add some color to the inside of HHS, which located at 430 Waller Mill Rd.

In December 2021, HHS cut the ribbon on the $1.8 million expansion that added 2,550 square feet of breathing room to the facility.

Anyone who would like to take one of the prints home for their own collection, while helping shelter animals in the process, is encouraged to stop by or call the HHS front desk at (757) 221-0150.

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