Christ Church School Students Give Animals a Warm Place to Sleep
Students at Paradise Valley’s Christ Church School worked hard to provide more than 100 shelter animals a cozy place to sleep at night.
According to the Paradise Valley Independent, when students discovered that many shelter animals sleep on cold concrete floors while they wait to be rescued they decided to take action and create an impromptu class project.
The students began a blanket and towel drive at the school, and also worked together to make new blankets for two area shelters.
Now, 130 shelter animals are now keeping warm at night, the newspaper said.
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