Students promote adoption in shelters and give voice to the voiceless by writing touching stories

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A teacher and volunteer in a shelter had the idea of ​​launching a very nice project, involving her students in the animal shelter.

The schoolchildren wrote letters and made drawings to promote the adoption of the dogs and cats who live there.

Visitors and potential adopters going to the Richmond Animal Care & Control shelter in Virginia can now admire pretty drawings and moving letters hanging from the boxes in which dogs and cats are waiting to be given their chance.

These are the works of children, CE1 students at St. Michael’s Episcopal School in Richmond in this case, reports the New York Post.

This is a project carried out in collaboration between the school and the shelter. The goal is to help these animals find new loving families, giving them more visibility.

“ Hi! I sis Pitato Chip, can we read on one of these letters. I am a Pitbull. I won’t hurt you. I will give you tons of kisses!

I like the refuge, but it is with you that I want to live”. A text accompanied by a drawing of the canine.

Each of the students who participated in this program was paired with a cat or dog from the Richmond shelter.

He was invited to adopt the point of view of the animal while writing the message addressed to his future family.

Kensey Jones, a teacher at this school and a volunteer at the shelter, had had the idea, to which Christie Peters, director of the reception structure, had totally adhered.

“This project allowed me to combine my two greatest passions: teaching children and helping animals in need,” says the teacher.

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