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Zane State College Roots & Shoots made over 150 fleece dog toys that were split between the local dog pound and animal shelter.
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It will help our pets have a happier, more fulfilling life. We will pay more attention to their behaviour and habits, and accommodate them. We will not be cruel to them.
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Red-eared sliders are commonly sold in pet stores. The native turtle populations are declining and being replaced by Red-eared sliders that have been illegally dumped in ponds. Our short-term goal is to adopt Mary Lake – working collaboratively to remove debris (trash, discarded fishing line, etc.), erect a fishing line recycling tube, and construct nesting boxes. Our long-term goals are to increase public awareness of the impact releasing unwanted exotic pets has on the environment, give talks at local schools, and ultimately increase the population of native Western Pond Turtles in our local area, particularly Mary Lake.
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We will sell cupcakes, all proceeds go to Pet Pal Rescue. We will also collect items that Pet Pal Rescue needs such as bleach, paper towels, kitty litter, etc. Pet Pal Rescue will visit us with a rescued animal and educate our group on what we can do to help domestic animals in need.
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Helped the LA Rabbit Foundation to get people to adopt rabbits. Helped to set up a rabbit area in a local pet shop, interacted with rabbits, taught how to best interact with rabbits, and decorated rabbit gift bags for adopters.
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Our project benefitted homeless animals in Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter. We accomplished this by collecting items within our school, by going door to door, and by putting donation jars in a few local businesses.
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To help dogs and cats at a local animal shelter
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To promote environmentally conscious living.
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For the holiday season, our group made toys and raised money for POUNCE, a local cat shelter. We made toys out of recycled materials and also collected donations and money for POUNCE outside a local grocery store. We collected a total of over $150 dollars worth of cat stuff for the shelter. Fifteen participants contributed two hours each.

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