Kelvin Andow
Kelvin and his 5 furry family members: Zoe, Leven, Mira, Baxter and Bretta. I’m the husband of one, father of two, pack leader of five and ignored by one cat. This is my family, and my family is my passion. Through photography, I’ve been able to assist in bringing awareness of the animal rescue community to the general public. Through this publication, I hope to increase that awareness and improve the lives of pets and their people.



Kate Brue
Kate and her cat, lovingly named Stinky. As the mother of two young children, I delight in the joy that being around animals brings my kids. Our 14-year-old cat, Stinky, is loved immensely and usually a source of arguments regarding who gets to sit and look at his cute face first. I am thrilled and honored to be part of a team of incredible advocates for our furry, feathered and finned friends. I truly hope you enjoy this publication. It comes from our hearts!





Ann Indykiewicz
Ann has three incredibly spoiled dogs; Rio, Rudy and Bella. As a very young child I gravitated towards the dogs that lived in our neighborhood, sometimes choosing them over my human friends. Even then I tried to save the baby birds that fell from their nest or the bunny that got hurt and I think it is that same love for animals that makes me believe so strongly in animal rescue today. I’m proud to say that all of my kids were rescued and feel that I am the luckiest girl in the world to be a part of the Wagazine!




Ellington Starks
Ellington and her four beloved pups: Lady, Budder, Sven and Freddie. These four Springers are my daily source of joy. They are the reason I became an advocate for animals, and they allow me to foster several homeless Springers each year for springerrescue.org. The wagazine combines my two passions: storytelling and pet ownership. Our community is full of animals worthy of the spotlight, and we are proud to shine it on them.