Promoting a love for animals with Cuencano children is the objective of a new collaboration of the ARCA Foundation, Rescate Animal Collective, FAAN and Familia Amor Animal. The goal is to counter the violence against house pets, as well as issues regarding abandonment, poor healthcare and underfeeding, The campaign, with the support of the city councilman Carlos Orellana, councilwoman Gabriela Brito, and many educational institute directors, was launched in the Octavio Cordero Education Unit as a result of a student workshop on pet care, and owner obligations. “Animal institutions employees and children will promote the campaign through social networks to…
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