These Fourth Graders Did Something Amazing To Help Save Dogs

fourth graders help dogs

Ebb Valley Elementary teacher Tiffani Murphy had an idea to help raise awareness for adoptable animals that may be the cutest one yet!

Murphy decided to use her compassion for animals with her fourth grade class and create a clever assignment – write a persuasive letter in the words of a homeless animal explaining why someone should adopt them.

fourth graders help dogs

The kids each chose a dog or cat on the Baltimore Humane Society website, bmorehumane.org. In all, 37 letters were written, then sent to a no-kill shelter. The letters were laminated and posted on the corresponding animal’s kennel.

As you probably expected, the letters are fantastic and adorable. Let’s take a look at a few!

“I have lots of energy so we can go walking every day.” – Jax

fourth graders help dogs

 

 

“P.S. It would make me happy to get out of doggy jail!” – Jessie

fourth graders help dogs

“I need a home. I’m cooped up in a cage almost all day. I need a loving family to take care of me.” – Kong

fourth graders help dogs

“Dusty might cause mischief but I know he will love you and your family.” – Dusty

fourth graders help dogs

Now if those don’t inspire you and bring a ray of sunshine to your day, I don’t know what will! Those are some great kiddos and high paws to Tiffani Murphy for creating this amazing assignment!

fourth graders help dogs

To see more of the children’s visit to the Baltimore Humane Society, visit their Facebook page.

Source:  The Barkpost

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