Doggie Artist Lili Chin Adds Her Talents to Mall Dogs

In addition to talking with Jessi Badami about her upcoming film, Mall Dogs, and also had the pleasure of hearing from the film's animator, Lili Chin on her connection to the project:

"When Jessi first told me about Mall Dogs and Lucky Paws, I knew I definitely wanted to be a part of this project. I am an animator and dog artist who donates a percentage of my profits to rescue groups from my website, I started in dog rescue 5 years ago as a foster mom, so the subject of dog rescue is one that is near and dear to my heart. Having experienced the challenges of caring for and finding forever homes for senior and special needs dogs, I know that Lucky Paws' success story would make a big difference to the way many people look at the pet adoption process. Mall Dogs will be a great documentary and I am honored to work with Jessi on this."

Based upon what I've seen in the Kickstarter video and Lili's website, I can tell she brings a lot to the table. The film's upbeat message and Lili's fun illustrations appear to be the right combination to reach viewers of all ages.

If you haven't contributed to this project and would like to see it made, time is running short. Check out the full description of the project, bios of other key crew members, and a video highlighting why and how it'll make an impact, check out the project's Kickstarter site.

Photo credit: Lili Chin

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