This week we were visited by approx. 60 children, along with their teachers – the Kindergarten classes from Kettle Falls Elementary. What a great group of kids! They came to meet some of our dogs and to learn how they could best help homeless dogs and cats in their own community. As part of their ‘end of the year’ project, they came and met 4 of our dogs, asked questions and took notes which they will use to write stories about the dogs – something along the lines of “Adopt Me” stories.
Nancy brought 4 of our dogs into our new, but ‘not quite finished’ puppy cabin, where the children could meet the dogs, learn about them from Nancy, and ask questions.
We think the kids enjoyed their visit and also learned alot about how they can help animals in their own community. We hope we’ll get the chance to read some of their stories! We’ll try and share some with you here. Thank you to the children and teachers from the Kindergarden classes of Kettle Falls Elementary. We enjoyed your visit!