It happened on September 27, 2017 in Thessaloniki, which is the second biggest city in Greece. Kindergarten children took their paintbrushes, their watercolors and their ignorance (the latter not their fault obviously) and went off to have fun, painting a horse.
Continue reading Kindergarten Children Paint A White Horse As A “School Project”
There is nothing more awesome for a child, than being raised with pets. I didn’t have that growing up, and I missed it so much (and look where I am now!). The tons of videos with kids and dogs sleeping together and cuddling and eating off each other’s plates are cute, but they have caused too many misunderstandings and practical problems in animal welfare.
Continue reading Kids And Dogs – How To Live In Harmony
Syrian refugee children living in refugee camps around Greece, live among strays too. They all have their own way of dealing with them, some are more friendly, some more cautious, and some just indifferent I guess.
Continue reading Syrian Refugee Wins 3rd Place In The Drawing Competition For The Strays
Kids around the world, between the ages of 6 and 12, can participate in this drawing and design competition that Penny Marathon organizes for the second time this year.
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Christmas. And, on the one hand, there are daily posts from animal welfare pages, with photos of shelter dogs dressed up and captions hoping for them to spend Christmas at home this year, and on the other hand, volunteers get dozens of calls per day by people asking for a puppy for their kids. Continue reading A Puppy For Christmas – Yes Or No?