Fun at Animal Day: Animals in Action! Posted on Friday, 6 April 2018

Animals in Action!

 

Last March 16, CARA volunteers and CARA Ambassadogs Ginger, Kimchi, and T-bone visited Summit School for their Animals in Action event! They had many activities involving animals and we were honored and excited to be invited to talk about Animal Welfare and Responsible Pet Ownership.

 

Eric carrying AmbassaDOG T-Bone

 

CARA senior volunteer Eric Suguitan, who heads our education team, shared tips on how to be responsible pet parents, encouraging the students to share their own pet stories.

 

Everyone was eager to share stories!

 

Some who have never had a pet hesitated to approach the Ambassadogs–but the kids warmed up quickly enough once they realized that our furbabies were so sweet. They petted and waved at the doggies.

“A pet is a lifetime responsibility,” Eric said. “They can’t speak the way we do, so we have to help them out.”

 

Petting the dogs!

 

After the talk, the kids had their opportunity to walk the Ambassadogs. They took turns walking Kimchi who is now blind, carefully guiding him around corners and obstacles. They held his leash with gentle hands and walked slowly, making sure he wouldn’t bump into anything.

Look how focused they are!

 

Walking Blind Dog Kimchi

 

It was an exciting experience for everyone!

 

Interested in inviting CARA to speak at your school, place of business, or community? Invite us!

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For inspiring pet stories, click here.
Want to share your own pet story? Email it to secretary@caraphil.org

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This entry was posted on Friday, April 6th, 2018 at 12:58 am and is filed under Events & Promos, Volunteer Stories.

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Angel hopes to make the world a better place for every human and animal one step at a time. (tr) Nais ni Angel na gawing mas maayos na lugar ang mundo para sa lahat ng tao at hayop kahit paunti-unti lamang.
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