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The Access Students from Moldova Celebrate Dogtober

October, 31 2015

People say that "Dogs are a man's best friends." The Access students from Moldova definitely agree with these words and didn't miss out the chance to show their support for these wonderful creatures that make the human life more exciting and funny, dedicating a whole month of October to raising awareness towards their well-being. In order to do that, they organized campaigns, aimed at informing the students about the issues related to homeless dogs. They also posted touching messages in their schools in pursuance of sensitizing the youth from their communities. Also, they went from avoiding (as most people do, unfortunately) to chasing the homeless dogs from their towns in order to feed them. They brought food from their homes and gave it to the poor animals that no one is taking care of.

Besides the activities organized outside the classroom, there were lots of funny activities related to dogs during the classes as well. The students talked about their beloved pets, shared their pictures and stories, watched movies starring dogs, and hilarious videos about dogs. They also surveyed the people from their communities trying to identify the most popular dog names in their towns, learned about dog education and made presentations about their favorite dog breeds.

The Access students were delighted to work on this project, given that it was both effective and exciting. They set a good example for the people from their regions (Causeni, Ungheni, Balti, Edinet, Anenii Noi, Soroca, Grigoriopol) who should be kind with the homeless dogs, and help them. And they won't stop here.

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